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ShineR

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I just tried to imagine the list when everyone introduced it self 😅.

But anyway i will write a bit about me.

I am Stephan from Rügen (Ger) and my love about shiny clothing is more the look then the sound, the sound only remember me how it feels... it's not only nylon or poly i also like to see many other shiny fabrics but the shiny sporting and outdoor clothing is a bit like special to me. And my fetish about this is how it feels on the naked skin, i think most of us see it this way. I also have other fetishes and love to combine them if possible .....

I'm also practical, so if I can't get what I want mostly i find a way to craft it by myself. Sewing is one example but i like clear textures and lines no overload or crazy patterns like windsuits from the 80s...

My actual hobbies are photography, cycling, sewing and generally crafting and last but not least outdoor/bushcraft (light)
 

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Most crafts have been tuning and optimization in airsoft guns. Fitting real steel parts into airsofts. The same with bicycle i don't need an mechanic for this. And btw i've got an Cube SL Road Pro and an Young Talent ind. Firstlove.
But Airsoft isn't actual, didn't played for some years because i couldn't "play War" anymore. But back in those days i build an HUTU (HopUp Tracer Unit) for AK's as they still only were available for M4/M16 to shoot with tracer ammo....

Sewing is the type of crafting where i build up from "nothing"
And i did bushcraft, building shelters and fireplaces and so on... I also did some dirtjumps with friends.

When I remember correctly you are Building Models, right? I did in my early years. First planes and tank's later i have had build RC cars.
 

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Railway... You mean driving (controlled) models? When i was a kid i wanted do that too but its not the cheapest hobby and my parents wouldnt pay for it :rolleyes: so i started working with bicycles. In those days in the 90s when we wanted to be cool kids we needed an bmx necesarily. And in my country it was shortly after opening the borders BRD-DDR. I was living in east Germany, and everyone was buying stuff from west Germany so they trashed all the good DDR stuff and thats why we got bike parts without end 😁
 

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No, sadly I don't have the space or funds for a proper model railway, and I like to model in card with some wood and plastic parts. My models are static display although I try to give them moving parts as I learn more. My aircraft models are from plastic kits.
 

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No, sadly I don't have the space or funds for a proper model railway, and I like to model in card with some wood and plastic parts. My models are static display although I try to give them moving parts as I learn more. My aircraft models are from plastic kits.
Which scale? In those days i had 1:24 and some in 1:18
 

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Aircraft mostly 1:72, I have one 1:144 scale Airbus and when young did some 1:32 scale cars. Trains are in 1:76 as that's the most common scale here - but my next project will be 1:48 scale.
 

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