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Thursday, September 14th 2006, 6:23am

4. KBW - Schoene Boehmen, meine Boehmen.../diorama/

Dear Kartonists, today is 14th of September - 4th Kartonbau.de-Wettbewerb is just opened. And I am opening the diorama project called in original:

Cechy krasne, Cechy me.../based on Czech song/ - translation can be den for Kartonbau.de purpose Schoene Boehmen, meine Boehmen...

SCALE 1:25

shortly about author:
nick: bernie
age: 29
card diorama experience: 2years
diorama trophies:2nd Ostrava 2005 - Break-point, 1st Brno 2006 - Score Update, 2nd Prague 2006 - Fun-da-mental, 1st Prague 2006 /summer special/- Shallow Grave
special: 3rd Vicepresident of CPM Czech Rep.

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www.papirovemodelarstvi.cz

Now to diorama - build:

- diorama pad is made of a piece of oak tree and applied on that mixture of gips, flexi-bau glue, dried coffee, dried ground for indoor flowers, white glue and water



...to be continued
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Thursday, September 14th 2006, 6:41am

The lane - painted with aquarel colours. Grass is made of plumber´s hemp
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Thursday, September 14th 2006, 6:45am

Devotional Pillar - scratch build

:arrow: base shape of Dev. Pillar /painting with aquarell colours/

:arrow: detail of damaged part including visible bricks

:arrow: roof is made of 0,7thick card

:arrow: basic version of Dev. Pillar - needs to be washed with dirt still

:arrow: still to be added cross on the roof

:arrow: proposed landing
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Thursday, September 14th 2006, 6:50am

Wild vine - made of Fiba model Maple reworked leaves and lime leaves



"Holy pictures"

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Thursday, September 14th 2006, 6:54am

Dev. Pillar incl wash and on the pad




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Thursday, September 14th 2006, 11:35am

Hi, Bernie,

Just the environment is a diorama for its own. GREAT you have finsished fast :yahoo:

All the best for your project and I'am keen to see more.

Ahoi
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Thursday, September 14th 2006, 6:24pm

hi bernie!

it looks really great....i cant await to see more of your finished diorama.
your models are always a piece of art,absolutely realistic.... =D>


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Friday, September 15th 2006, 6:27am

Thanks René, Pieter for your support. The only think I can say now is that this is going to be absolutely NON-MILITARY Diorama /but the second project to be started in here will be much more army-related. But now working on Maple tree for Schoene Boehmen, meine Boehmen.../

Peter, under the influence of FM4 radio from Vienna goes easy ;)

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Friday, September 15th 2006, 11:38am

im listening to fm4 too,but i CAN´T build things like you.... :rolleyes:
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Friday, September 15th 2006, 11:54am

Well, I forgot to add the Master of Devotional Pillar from Tvarozna - village /4km from my home/. Not measured - only took a picture for inspiration


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Friday, September 15th 2006, 1:13pm

Devotional Pillar

Hallo zusammen,

entschuldigt, es ist off-topic - reine Neugier, aber: Was ist das? Wozu dient derlei?

Sorry for being off-topic: What is this Devotional Pillar used for?
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Friday, September 15th 2006, 1:29pm

Hallo Volker!

Auf Deutsch heißt es wohl Bildstock oder (bayerisch) Marterl.

In der christl. Tradition werden diese Bildstöcke an Wegrainen oder Kreuzungen aufgestellt, entweder um an ein dort stattgefundenes Unglück oder Bluttat zu erinnern, häufig aber auch von dankbaren Menschen errichtet, deren Gebet (in einer besonderen Notlage) erhört worden ist.

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Friday, September 15th 2006, 1:36pm

Hallo Hemmingway,

gesehen habe ich diese Marterln schon gelegentlich - ich habe ja auch lange in Niederbayern gearbeitet - mich aber nie zu fragen getraut!

Schönen Dank für die Aufklärung!
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Friday, September 15th 2006, 1:49pm

Dear Volker, Devotional Pillars are giving the same service as Crosses to religious people moving across the country. More used in the past as a place to pray, stay in shadow for a while etc.

Hope this explanation gives you purpose of it.

For my diorama build this has to give idea of country side that the story is beeing happened somewhere on the lane between villages.
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Friday, September 15th 2006, 2:07pm

Hello Bernie,

thank you for your explanation. I found such things in Germany also, but in the area, where I live, they are not really common, so to me this was a good opportunity to ask for them.
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Monday, September 18th 2006, 6:44am

Good Morning Kartonists, here are:

- maple "young" tree with protection against breakage


- face /rolled office paper 10x200mm with some knife cuts, glue dots, paintings and hairings :]

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Wednesday, September 20th 2006, 6:29am

Hello, maple tree is finished

This is composition with Dev. Pillar

Model pad is finished then...
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Monday, October 30th 2006, 6:51am

Well boys, I see that you working pretty fast, I have to speed up to catch You. Best to do, is to use bycicle :D






- material used: cigarette paper, wire 0,2mm and small pieces of office paper and 160g/m2 card
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Monday, October 30th 2006, 6:07pm

Hi bernie,

This bicyle frame is unbelivable!!

Please show us, how you build this part, step by step.

I want to learn the way you build.

greatings from Vienna, Herbert

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Monday, October 30th 2006, 6:49pm

hi bernie,

your bicycle is a fantastic idea !!!

do you want to built it movable (the tracks, wheels,...) ?

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Monday, October 30th 2006, 11:23pm

Can´t belive that thats all made out of paper 8o =D>.
But i have to critisize something - the head angle of the bicycle frame is too steep ;) .
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Tuesday, October 31st 2006, 7:15am

Thanks to all of You:

Micro - I will prepare sometning to understand rolling technology /patience please/
Gerald - Bicycle will be glued on pad /no need to make it movable/, but want to make it "real-looking"
zec - Example - the seat /leather part/ is made of card circle of diameter 12mm 8), Thanks for Your critique, BUT be patient to see complete bike before starting to look for wrong points :D
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Tuesday, October 31st 2006, 7:40am

Oh Bernie, it is so brilliant what you are showing us...

I think we should all go back into our cave and continue throwing sand at each other...

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Tuesday, October 31st 2006, 10:26am

bernie your bike it ist absoltely FANTASTIC!
you show us with every of your models how far we can get with paper.
=D> =D>
cheers peter


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Tuesday, October 31st 2006, 11:11pm

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Original von bernieThanks for Your critique, BUT be patient to see complete bike before starting to look for wrong points :D


My critique wasn´t ment really serious :) . Because my biggest hobby is mountainbiking, it was a detail that just "jumped" into my eye :D . But i´m sure, that you have a real cycle as model. So i guess it´s an old one with a fork with big offset?
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Wednesday, November 1st 2006, 6:57am

Hello Kartonists, well, let´s make step by step fork of bycicle

Basic material is cigarette paper - choose of many brands available

Insert in to a one single fag-paper a wire /0,8mm from garden corner of Baumax/

Roll little bit down

Land a plate to create "P" profile for easy roll

Ready to roll?

Roll it /your thumbs have to be in the middle when starting and at the ends when finishing/. The best cowboys can roll their fags in one hand and in the pocket when riding the horse :D :D :D

Lick the glue stripe and finish the roll - you can pull it off the wire easily

If damages due to un-proper roll existing - just brush it

Cut the size needed for forming the part /forming easier with wire inside/

Form it and glue a stripe to get look of old fashioned bike-fork

Finish forming, gluing /still to be added dynamo - light holder/


to be continued....

ps complete action does not take longer than "let forever be" and "sunshine underground" songs of Chemical Bros. /max 10minutes/
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But i´m sure, that you have a real cycle as model. So i guess it´s an old one with a fork with big offset?


You have bite the toaster !!!! Bingo - it is going to be very old fashioned bycicle builded of componets from several bikes with NO mud-guards, lights. Has to give to its user just the opportunity to move to work and back over the pub :D :D :D
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Wednesday, November 1st 2006, 8:38pm

Hi bernie,

Thank you, please continue to explain you working technic in this way.

This is very helpfull to learn how to make an excellent modell.

This is one target (not the only one of course) of this forum.

I´m interessted to see how you colour the freme and how you make the rust and dirt on the frame.

greatings form Vienna, Herbert

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Wednesday, November 1st 2006, 8:46pm

Hallo Bernie,

würde mir gerne diese wunderschöne Stelle in deiner Heimat selbst anschauen.

Nach dem du dieses wunderschöne Diorama gemacht und noch weiter machst.

Vielen Dank für diese wunderschönen Bilder von dir.

Herzliche Grüße in deine Heimat
Ernst

Hi Bernie,
would like to see this wunderful place in your country by myself.
After you made this beatiful diorama and you still continue.
Many thanks for the nice pictures.
Best regards to your country
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Wednesday, November 1st 2006, 9:07pm

im wahrsten Sinne des Wortes: abgefahren

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Jean Luc Picard ( USS Enterprise): Die Summe der Intelligenz auf dem Planeten bleibt immer gleich, nur die Bevölkerung wächst.

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Thursday, November 2nd 2006, 7:29am

Hello, the painting school will follow lately, ´cause my eysterday work was that quick that did not arrange for pics :D



handle - bar is covered with "carpet tape" to save driver´s hands of cold-touch :]

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Thursday, November 2nd 2006, 3:27pm

Cool Lowrider 8) . Do you also plan to make small details like the brakes?
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Friday, November 3rd 2006, 7:11am

Brakes? What an useless thing! :D

I wrote already, that this is not "bycicle", this is a tool to get to work and over the pub back. This should be a picture of our mentality in Czech Rep:

If I need only to move I need something what moves only. That is enough. Lights? Why? I know well the road from pub to home very well, ´cause everyday go here twice.

@)

...and now for something completely different. It´s ....


...beer bottle production step by step

You need a piece of hotdogcasing /there are Too many milions meters around me in here/



Apply Kores stick glue and roll it on wire or small nail. Fine tune of bottle-design make with white glue



Prepare a circle of diameter bit bigger than top of bottle from office paper. Glue it there and colour it with eg geli-pen gold



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Friday, November 3rd 2006, 11:34am

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Brakes? What an useless thing! :D


:D So in that case it´s a dangerous mentality :D ;) .

The beer bottle looks great - making me thirsty allready *Na zdraví* :prost: . Just the label is missing, like "Pilsner Urquel" ("Plzenský Prazdroj"?).
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Friday, November 3rd 2006, 11:46am

Zec, there is still "torpedo" system as a rear brake, BUT basicly you are right that this is very dangerous to meet such drunk-man on bycicle where the only light you can see is his cigarette flame-dot :(

No need to add labels on beers /around 8pcs will be in bag hanged on handle bar as "safety stock" for hours at home :D

BTW - the bottle design should be old one from communists age when there were not labels on bottles and only single marking on the top was as a definition of type 10* or 11* or 12*

Pilsner was "export brand" where was label, printed top and may be if I do remenber correctly also neck small label.

Getting thirsty of this theory
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Friday, November 3rd 2006, 11:56am

Now, thats really interesting. Learned a lot and i´m looking forward for the whole bicycle (with safety stock) :D .
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Saturday, November 4th 2006, 1:45am

Hi bernie,

The next thing we wanna see is a "bar code" sized 1:250. :totlach: :totlach: :totlach:

But now serious, very interesting methods you did show here in this thread.

This beerbottle I will try to build it for my diorama.

Hopefully there is no copyright on it. :zweifel:

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Monday, November 6th 2006, 6:46am

Several beers /9pcs - safety stock/ in bag


Front wheel


View on bycicle in its enviroment



you can see that each part of bycicle belongs originally to different type of bike and this is "real puzzle bike" :D
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The next thing we wanna see is a "bar code" sized 1:250. :totlach: :totlach: :totlach:

Hopefully there is no copyright on it. :zweifel:



Herbert, there is absolutely NO copyright control for this way of bottle productions. If you find it usefull - JUST DO IT /as one shoemaker says :D/

Labels with or without bar-code are no problem as well - check my 1:32 scaled Pilsner beer bottle /no bar code on there - since goes for beer from 1987 :] - landed on real size bottle top

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