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This will be my first card model and will be slow as I am also working on finishing up my Granado. The SMS Helgoland is Austrian Austro-Hungarian light cruiser of the First World War and entered service in autumn 1914. The model is printed on heavy paper in magazine format. Some of the pieces are to be glued to 0.5 mm and 1.0 mm card stock. I found after a bit of experimenting that I could get a 1.0 mm thickness by laminating the front and back covers of an inexpensive spiral notebook. The instructions consist mainly of pictures. There is one page of general instructions in Polish that I am tr
Hi. I starting the relation of the famous russian destroyer of 1st war.
First of all, i am not trying to cash up on current craze with the card models, that seem to spurt on the forum. I collected these models since 2006 and as my interests are constantly shifting, i have a few that i probably never would touch. so here they are
Watching the beautiful work of others on this forum, decided to try and build my first card model. Searching Ebay, found a seller in Germany whose models were reasonably priced and the shipping charge quite fair as well. This particular model cost me $29 USD, plus $5.59 USD for shipping. It arrived quickly (about 1 week from ordering). Some have asked me to post a review of the model, but I don't know enough about card models to give a fair review at this point. So I'd rather just share some photos and give a basic description of what I received, then let you be the judge of it. The