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John Deere Forwarder
Published 6 months ago
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You probably know already, that I have a soft spot for state of the art land machines. The first machine I saw when I was about 10 years old was a Mercedes Benz tractor MB 1000. I totally digged the unconventional and stylish design.
When doing the brick thing I came across the John Deere Forwarder back in 2010 and made a brick version (https://www.flickr.com/photos/coleblaq/albums/72157623928594814). Now also available in digital form.
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Masman8675
6 months ago
Dude, this is awesome! I love John Deere! Great work!
Cole_Blaq
6 months ago
@Masman
Thanks for your kind words.
I am happy that I managed to put the boom into position. Not really clean, but it does the job.
My only nit are the tires. Glassy doesn't seem right.
Masman8675
6 months ago
There's a rubber section of the colours panel if you'd rather use that. winking face
Cole_Blaq
6 months ago
Great advice, thanks a bunch. Just updated it smiling face with open mouth
Masman8675
6 months ago
No problem! That looks better!
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