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Paint a kind of Tabby tiger print on it wth the kitten and make a copy of a King Tiger tank and it would all make sense [not to mention be very cute!
Just imagine the looks on your neighbors faces when you rumble into the midst of their barbecue in a Panzer, and paste the beer cooler with your 37mm potato cannon.
The hull of the model is cut from four quarter-sheets (2' x 4') of ¼" Lauan plywood. Scale speed was designed to be 2 mph, or 3 fps, so the sprocket should have turned at around 150 rpm. It is be controlled by an X-Arcade joystick, modified to make it shorter, mounted in the left (my son is a lefty) sponson.
The bogies are modeled after the Horizontal Volute Suspension System (HVSS) used on the M4A3 version of the Sherman - mostly because it was easier to model than the original Vertical Volute Suspension System design. It takes about ten minutes per link, even though I'm doing them in batches - all the drill press work at once, for example - to make it go faster! After letting it dry overnight, I sanded it carefully and glued it into place in the turret base, filling the inevitable gaps here and there with home-made wood filler (wood glue and sawdust). The gun is simply a piece of 1" schedule 40 PVC pipe stuck through a piece of 4" DWV PVC pipe. The sides of the turret were cut from corrugated cardboard and glued in place - I had to take a box cutter and slice up the inside to make it bend smoothly, but it worked quite well and is surprisingly strong. Investigation revealed that the geniuses who designed the motors used a plastic worm gear in the gearbox. They arrived on the 19th, and the first thing I did was pop the cover and see what kind of gears were inside. I spent the time waiting for the motors to arrive building headlights - two 50 watt MR-16 halogen bulbs. Finally being able to test the tank, I've found a small problem - the road wheels keep falling off the axles. Further testing revealed yet another problem, however - the chains refused to stay on the sprockets for very long. Several people have urged me to write up a set of plans and instructions and offer them for sale.

Boy, I can't wait for warm weather so I can take the tank outside and get some decent pictures.
Plus a bunch in Japanese that I won't list here because I can't read Japanese and don't know what they say. It even spread to Radio - I am to be interviewed for "The Other News", a one-minute blurb put out by the Associated Press Radio Network!
It was such a nice, warm, sunny day that my son and I tried to take the tank on an outing to photograph it. Last weekend I installed the #35 chain and sprockets, and while I was at it I added a better, stronger chain tensioning mechanism. The track held up very well - it even withstood the full tension of the motors at stall (when they produce their peak torque) when I climbed it over some rough ground.
One effect I noticed - when my son isn't in the tank and it's being operated remotely (by a long wire plugged into the back), the center of gravity is WAY aft, causing it to do some pretty spectacular tailstands over relatively small obstructions. Now I just need to take some video and get it converted to mpeg or avi format for the website! The chains did skip a few times during the trip, mostly when climbing over obstructions (once I began to think it was going to make it all the way around the block, I started hitting every obstruction I could find). By the way, anyone who bought the Plans and Instructions will be receiving an updated version incorporating all these changes. As it turns out, it's an infra-red camera, so the tank will have "thermal imaging" just like the big boys! Build a 1:1 scale M1A1 Abrams tankYou can't have a real war without a full-scale tank, right? I will show you how to make a cardboard tank.I made this really quick ,but the ones in the other pictures took longer. Now to make the turret.cut a cross shape out and tape all the sides together to make a cube. Put pieces of differently coloured fondant together (you can flatten them slightly with your palms first). My sons birthday is july 3 and he will be ten, we have been looking for a camouflage cake for him can you tell me how i can get this cake he would love it. I have to say if you are not too particular about the flow of the different colours it is not very hard.

To cover the cake take pieces of the different fondant shades, roll to a smooth ball, and flatten a little by hand.
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It was 19'-2" long, 8'-7" wide, 9'-0" tall, weighed 33 tons, carried a crew of five, and had a top speed on a smooth road of 24 mph. In the long run, I want the tank to be radio controlled, and a camera will allow the driver to better see where he's going.
We were wondering, what does it take to recreate your own tank and weaponry with nothing but cardboard, paper, and PVC? In this 4-part video, you're shown how to build a 1:1 scale replica tank with just cardboard and PVC. The M32 is an extremely efficient weapon, and can fire six grenades in rapid succession without needing to reload. If you spent a loooong time on it, I'm sure you could come up with a model that could be used in a video.
She uses the camo fondant for cupcake toppers, but for a cake it is the same principle just bigger. In this video, you'll learn how to recreate the M1911 Colt .45 pistol, one of the most used and effective handguns in modern history. It was cheap enough just to use for spare parts!It actually looks exactly the same as the one in your picture. I’m preparing to make my brother-in-law a camouflage covered cake in November and I’m dying to figure out a way to do this! All of the other sites online keep saying that it’s reall hard, but this looks awesome and I just have to know how you did it!!!

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