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Member postings for Peter Low 3

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Thread: M-32 Recovery Vehicle (EngGB17)
18/10/2017 12:28:36
Posted by Mike Cartmale on 18/10/2017 11:09:18:

Hi Peter, John,

Can I poke my two cents in. During my graphic design degree we came across the issue of using photos etc, and the understanding is that if you credit the author or the publication if there is not an author, then you are not infringing any copyright. As for the interweb, then it is either the website or again the author. Or in our case "for discussion only" should suffice to pacify any objections. Personally I always use the book title plus authors on the understanding that someone may be interested enough to buy the book. That's it I'm off the soapbox and off for a cuppa!

Cheers, Mike.

Thanks Mike, jump in when ever you like you learn all sort's of thing on here, I hope that ☕ comes with 🍰.



Thread: Centaur Dozer (EngGB17) {ST}
18/10/2017 06:53:04

Hi Simon, sorry to read about what's happened, but glad to see you have found something else to build,good luck with the rest of the build.



Thread: M-32 Recovery Vehicle (EngGB17)
18/10/2017 06:44:41
Posted by John Race on 18/10/2017 02:37:22:


Of course, I used to wonder why as well when I joined.

There is an understanding about using someone's else's photo from the web. Under the heading of " permitted use " a photo may be used for discussion as on here. Fair dealing is the term used.

We tend to use the term as I described, " for discussion only " I suppose it really meaning that we are not profiting from the use of the photo.

Hope this explains why I mentioned it, it just covers you , being polite really. I have yet to have read anywhere of someone being in hot water over using photos like we do.

John .teeth 2

Thanks John, I've never come across it before or even thought about it, but from now on I'll will add it in.


Pete 👍

17/10/2017 22:38:21
Posted by Scottie on 17/10/2017 21:24:44:

Hi Pete,

​Hope this helps **link**


Cheers Scottie it will be a great help thumbs up


17/10/2017 22:34:32
Posted by John Race on 17/10/2017 21:09:58:


Some great work, and a great hatsurprise.

If you don't mind me saying it's a good thing to mention that the photos are for discussion only.thumbs up


Cheers John, can I ask why embarrassed


Edited By Peter Low 3 on 17/10/2017 22:36:50

17/10/2017 22:25:56
Posted by Allen Dewire on 17/10/2017 20:37:40:

Evening Pete,

A little late to the party (nothing new for me), but what you are doing with this is great! You gotta love an Italeri kit. Most are detailed and molded rather well, leaving lots of room to do some magic and add some finery. Super start on M32 and this looks to be a fantastic project.

I'll do my best to watch this develop, although you might have to call me Heinz 57 cause most of the time I have to 'ketchup' on builds due to the work thing! Drive on and have fun!!!.......



Never to late for a " ketchup " Allen and thane you


Thread: sd.kfz.251/20 UHU
17/10/2017 21:22:18

Hi a bit late to the party but have just read though the post just brilliant I've the tree can't wait to the finished article thumbs up


Thread: M-32 Recovery Vehicle (EngGB17)
17/10/2017 20:56:55

Thank Jumbo I love doing some research you lean about the vehicle's history the people that used them.

Cheers Richard it is a old kit which is crying out for upgrades.

Hi Steve I'm glad you like them and watch this space on the serial numbers wink.

Hi Scottie, yes I've seen your build which is brilliant and if I get 50% near to it I'll be very happy, I can't find your build thread which I would love to read though.


Thread: Bruckenlegepanzer Biber (Bridge Laying Tank Beaver) - (EngGB17)
17/10/2017 19:16:14

Hi Jim nice clean start to the build, how you guy's work with 1/72 PE is beyond me, good luck with the rest of your build

Pete thumbs up

Thread: Wrecker (EngGB17)
17/10/2017 17:42:00

Hi Sjors looking good but PE at 1 /72 you must be mad laugh I have trouble with 1/35. Good luck with the rest of the build.

Pete thumbs up

Thread: Lorraine 37L by RMP towing PAK 40 by AFV Club (EngGB2017)
17/10/2017 17:35:27

Hi Steve bit late sorry, some very nice work going on here, love the detailing work, good luck with the rest of the build.

Pete thumbs up

Thread: HobbyBoss AAVR-7A1 ( Eng. Gp. Build 2017)
17/10/2017 17:28:56

Hi Dave that is a big beast all right nice start good luck with the rest of the build

Pete thumbs up

Thread: IDF Chata"P (EngGB17)
17/10/2017 17:23:21

Hi Mike stunning work, love the the brass work, very clean build indeed keep it upthumbs up

Thread: M-32 Recovery Vehicle (EngGB17)
17/10/2017 17:16:01

First off I've put right yesterday work by filling all the bolt hole for the return roller bracket on the front face


Added the missing bolts to the suspension assembles, return roller bracket and skid, added a shear blocks 2 on the arm , 1 across the unit under the skid to allow the use of a suspension lockout wedge. These were bolted onto the front of the bogies to prevent the suspension from compressing when lifting with the boom,with the suspension locked out the vehicle's travel was restricted.


Left and right suspension units
Thank you for looking
16/10/2017 16:30:34

Clean up all the suspension parts, assembled units and added the missing bolt hole for the return roller bracket 4 in the front face and 2 in the top also thinned down the skid.

More detailing tomorrow, thank you for looking
16/10/2017 16:10:21

Hi John this is a hat


Thread: Latest Acquisitions 2017
16/10/2017 15:58:53

These came today courtesy of Jimbo wink



16/10/2017 15:51:04

Posted by John Race on 16/10/2017 13:07:51:

Latest arrival at Race Towers.


From Amazon at £ 6.78 second hand, and not a mark in it. Thank must go to Peter Low who put me on to these. thumbs up

Perhaps it might help me with my German Armour .dont know


Hi John only glad I could help I just hope you find it useful


Thread: During his rest on the 7th day, God made this
16/10/2017 10:32:50

During his rest on the 7th day, God made this

A scratch build challenge if I ever saw one laugh


Thread: M-32 Recovery Vehicle (EngGB17)
16/10/2017 10:22:53


Thank you 

Edited By Peter Low 3 on 16/10/2017 10:23:36

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