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Now this is macro! 17 Mar 2020 14:15 #1

Got an adapter ring to mate the Rebel to the microscope.

Messing around with an iris in 1/35. Still need to define the eye with an upper and lower lid, but the tough part is done.


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Now this is macro! 17 Mar 2020 14:22 #2

Wow!
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Now this is macro! 17 Mar 2020 17:04 #3

Seriously!!! I just painted up my first ever figure today and was all like..."hay this turned out not so bad."...and then I see this... :bangs head

I just threw my figure back in the drawer... :rotf
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Now this is macro! 17 Mar 2020 19:20 #4

Dude...seriously!! :frantic
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Now this is macro! 18 Mar 2020 00:03 #5

What power microscope Jeff?

Having really good magnification can make a tiny job a lot easier.
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Now this is macro! 18 Mar 2020 02:50 #6

Heavens Eagle wrote:
What power microscope Jeff?

Having really good magnification can make a tiny job a lot easier.

That is awesome Jeff!

(so jealous! :bgrin )

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Now this is macro! 18 Mar 2020 04:35 #7

Now on to the next challenge Jeff: make a small "glassy", whitish dot insite the Iris and now your model has Cataract in the eye!

Amazing.

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Now this is macro! 18 Mar 2020 11:13 #8

Thanks all.

Paul, it's a 7X-45X Zoom Inspection scope. Pretty damn handy bit gear for basically the price of a few kits.
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Now this is macro! 18 Mar 2020 11:54 #9

Yes those do work quite well Jeff. I have a stereo microscpe that can zoom 10-45, or 20-90 if I put in the 20x eyepeices. I used it to place the little PE diamond reinforcements in my 1/72 Airfix Do17Z. The PE flaps had dozens of these little parts to go on the intersections of the ribbing. I couldn't see them well enough even with a high power loupe to get it done. Turnd to the microscpe and it was easy peasy.
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Now this is macro! 18 Mar 2020 16:09 #10

Yep.

Look at this 1/35 old DML PE Iron Cross.

I never noticed the '1939' before, even using the Zeiss head loupe.


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Now this is macro! 18 Mar 2020 16:57 #11

That's cool! Don't let any judges get a hold of that thing! :rotf
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Now this is macro! 18 Mar 2020 20:04 #12

Here is the photo from the Do17Z build.

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