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Sunday, February 3rd 2013, 11:36pm

Eiffel Tower; Schreiber-Bogen; 1:300 (FERTIG)

Hi to all,

I return with another building.
This model only have 200 pieces that are spread through 19 A3 sheets.

Its possible to choose between a very complicated model and a simpler one and it will end with more than 1 meter high.

I will build the hard version with some thousand of triangles to cut.
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  • Torre Eiffel 3.JPG
  • Torre Eiffel 4.JPG
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Wednesday, February 13th 2013, 11:48pm

For now I started to build the four shoes that will support the entire model. They were easy to build.
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  • Torre Eiffel 5.JPG
  • Torre Eiffel 6.JPG
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  • Torre Eiffel 8.JPG
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Saturday, February 16th 2013, 11:22am

schön toll ! Bitte mach weiter und zeig mal Fotos :)

aber: schneidst du nicht schwarze Zwischenbereich? das ist viel arbeit und hohe aufwände, wenn man schwarze Zwischenbereich auschneidet

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Monday, February 18th 2013, 11:11am

Braunbär - I will cut almost black triangles of the model. Some cant be cutted and others dont make any differnce in my opinion. I hope that this answer to your question.

For today another small advance finishing the four shoes.
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Thursday, February 21st 2013, 8:38pm

For now I start to show a little of hard work and a piece of easy work.

The cutting of all the black areas dont have much to see but the result is very nice.
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  • Torre Eiffel 13.JPG
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  • Torre Eiffel 16.JPG
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Friday, February 22nd 2013, 10:44am

Hallo Tino,

ich habe das Modell vor ein paar Jahren gebaut. Und war so "verrückt", was auszuschneiden gin auch auszuschneiden. Irgendwann wollte ich dann mal wissen, wieviele "Löcher" entstanden sind. Ich gebe zu, die wirkliche Zahl weiß ich auch heute noch nicht. Bei 3500 habe ich mit zählen aufgehört.

Anbei ein Foto meines fertigen Stückes.
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Friday, February 22nd 2013, 10:35pm

Hallo Tino,

ich habe das Modell vor ein paar Jahren gebaut. Und war so "verrückt", was auszuschneiden gin auch auszuschneiden. Irgendwann wollte ich dann mal wissen, wieviele "Löcher" entstanden sind. Ich gebe zu, die wirkliche Zahl weiß ich auch heute noch nicht. Bei 3500 habe ich mit zählen aufgehört.

Anbei ein Foto meines fertigen Stückes.
Wow sehr schön :) bestimmt anstregend viel arbeit, hm

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Saturday, February 23rd 2013, 8:17am

An Braunbär und alle anderen Interessierten

Guten Morgen zusammen.



SO viel Arbeit war es im Nachhinein betrachtet gar nicht. Etwas mehr als 100 Stunden. Ich muß dazu sagen, dass ich bei sowas ein "Nachtarbeiter" bin. Habe gegen 21.00 Uhr angefangen und gegen 02.30 Uhr Schluß gemacht. An den Wochenenden wurde auch schon mal die Nacht komplett zum basteln verwendet.

Gut, ich gebe zu, dass es eine Herausforderung war. Zumal ich bis dahin (2007) grade mal 2 Jahre Modellbau (hauptsächlich Dioramen) betrieben hatte und von Kartonmodellen so gut wie keine Ahnung hatte. Würde ich das Teil heute nochmal bauen, dann würde ich gleich noch etliche LED einarbeiten, um das Objekt zu beleuchten.



Dann noch nen schönen Tag. Ich darf erst mal wieder Schee schippen.

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Saturday, February 23rd 2013, 8:46am

Hey Tino und Holzwurm

Es gibt wohl kaum ein Modell, das so wunderbar zeigt, wie sich das Aussticheln von Gittern lohnt, wie der Eiffelturm.
Ich wünsche Dir, Tino, viel Spass und freue mich auf die Fortschritte. Ich denke, Holzwurms Modell ist motivations genug für die Ausschneiderei :D

LG
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Wednesday, March 6th 2013, 7:55pm

holzwurm007 - You a very nice model! Thank you for the picture and congratulations for your work.

Thank you very much for your comments and interest.



Finally, after many hours cutting and painting the edges I can show the building of the first floor. It was a long and a hard work but at the end this is the result.
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  • Torre Eiffel 17.JPG
  • Torre Eiffel 18.JPG
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  • Torre Eiffel 20.JPG
  • Torre Eiffel 21.JPG
  • Torre Eiffel 22.JPG
  • Torre Eiffel 23.JPG
  • Torre Eiffel 24.JPG
  • Torre Eiffel 25.JPG
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Wednesday, March 6th 2013, 9:33pm

But it's worth making the effort, Tino !

Great !
Bis die Tage...

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Thursday, March 7th 2013, 6:02pm

Hi Diamantino...
Viel Arbeit - aber das Ergebnis kann sich echt sehen lassen.
Das Du die Bögen nich ausgestochen, sondern als versteifendes Element ganz gelassen hast,
zeigt auf, das Du dir Gedanken machst. Die Lösung finde ich gut und tut dem Ganzen keinen Abbruch.
Gruß, Renee
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Friday, March 8th 2013, 12:03pm

Thank you for your kind comments my friends!
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Tuesday, March 12th 2013, 4:18pm

Hello Diamantino,
I asure You: cut out, although it costs a lot of time and patience. It is worthwhile to do so.
kind regards
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Monday, March 18th 2013, 12:36pm

Before the second floor I glued some more pieces were are written the name of scientists.
The pieces of the first picture will wait until I glue the second floor.
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  • Torre Eiffel 26.JPG
  • Torre Eiffel 27.JPG
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Saturday, March 23rd 2013, 12:37pm

After some time cutting and painting edges the second floor is ready to glue on the first floor.
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Sunday, March 24th 2013, 12:32pm

Hello Diamantino ,

you show us a very fine cutting work , go on !!!!!

nice greetings
Kurt

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Wednesday, April 3rd 2013, 8:57pm

Thak you Spitfire!

Before I join the two floors I decided to start the work on the third floor.
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Wednesday, April 17th 2013, 12:07am

Finally I managed to join the two floors.
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  • Torre Eiffel 40.JPG
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Saturday, April 20th 2013, 12:00pm

Continuing with the third floor...
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Saturday, April 20th 2013, 12:48pm

Continuing with the third floor...

beaufitul ! Schön

build elevator ! einbauen Aufzüge!

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Saturday, April 20th 2013, 4:47pm

Exemplary!
Kartonbau.de dein Forum!
Kartonbau.de It's Yours!
Kartonbau.de Jouw Forum!

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Wednesday, April 24th 2013, 10:54pm

Thank you for your interest and yours kind words!! Both of you.

I managed to build the elevator of the third floor and started cutting the last pages of the model. Little more than two A3 sheets. Some work isn´t in the pictures but it is already done.
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Monday, May 6th 2013, 11:54am

The third floor its getting done!

Is was not an easy task to close the third floor but I think that it ended well.
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Monday, May 6th 2013, 7:15pm

Hi Tino . . .
You do this really very, very well and get better from time for time. :thumbup:
Gruß, Renee
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Wednesday, May 8th 2013, 10:27am

Thank you for your comment and interest! :thumbup:
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Wednesday, May 15th 2013, 8:38pm

I start to build the top of the tower. It does not have many pieces but have a lot of small triagles to cut out.
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Friday, May 17th 2013, 8:44pm

Some more pieces for the top of the Tower.
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Saturday, May 18th 2013, 6:33pm

Hello Tino,
nice work to cut out the gratings. This gives the model a much more better looking. I know whatan labour this means because I cur out the grating of my shipmodel railings.
Best regards
and a fine Pentecoste holiday
Ulrich

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Friday, May 24th 2013, 11:42am

Thank you Ulrich, for your comment and for your interest!! :)
Building ships is much harder than building buildings.

For today, I show the final steps to glue the third floor to the second floor, before glue the top of the tower.
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Thursday, June 6th 2013, 11:03am

Today I will show to you the last pictures before I show the model ready.
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Tuesday, June 11th 2013, 12:40am

After some months oof hard cutting work and edges painting work I finnaly finished the model.

In the end I am proud of my work. There is always room to improve, but I like it a lot. :)

It was not easy to take pictures of the model because of its size. ?(

Thank you to all that follow this tread for their interest and comments.
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Tuesday, June 11th 2013, 12:56am

The last pictures.
Just one thing. I cutted 6056 triangles!
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Tuesday, June 11th 2013, 7:35am

Hi Tino

congratulations for this great model, but...is this really cardboard ?( WOW, great work and also very nice pictures!

regards
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Tuesday, June 11th 2013, 8:19am

Simply great,Tino!

Congratulations !
Also the pictures you took are breathtaking!
Bis die Tage...

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Tuesday, June 11th 2013, 5:23pm

Hi Tino...
Das schnipseln hat sich gelohnt.
Du hast da ein bemerkenswert schönes Modell geschaffen!
Sauber gebaut und wirklich klasse.
Glückwunsch aus Iserlohn von
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Tuesday, June 11th 2013, 7:19pm

Puhh, Wahnsinn!!!!


Ich musste mehr mal hinschauen. Ich dacht zuerst es wär das Original!

super Teil,klasse Arbeit.

Gruß Uwe
früher war selbst das Früher besser

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Tuesday, June 11th 2013, 10:43pm

Hi Tino,

First of all: Well done!!! Congratulation for this perfect cardmodel.

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I cutted 6056 triangles
You should contact your doctor if this is still normal ;)


Anyway, it is a great effort and the outcome is outstanding. You pay the model well justice and your pictures should find a way to the front cover of this Schreiber-Modellbogen.

cheers, Herbert

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Wednesday, June 12th 2013, 1:45pm

Hi Tino,

I have followed your fantastic report since you started, just wonderful work! And an informative report! Can you share with us one more photo of a person beside the model? I laughed at the ladder in one of your other photos!

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Thursday, June 13th 2013, 7:05pm

Hi Tino ,

oh it´s wonderfull , congratulations , that´s cardmodelling on Top :thumbsup: :thumbsup: :thumbup:

Nice greeting´s from austria
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