In part 1 I've written that the concept of the ICA Novar-Anastigmat 6.8/135 mm and the hollowed Yashica Auto Yashinon DS-M 1.7/50mm need a bellows or another extension to become a macro-lens.
Now I've made this extension. I've used a piece of a plastic waterpipe - yes like Miroslav Tichý - , which I've painted black in- and outside. After the paint was dried, I've stucked it with silicone sealing among the two "lenses".
Now the lens is a Softfocus-Macro, actually a mixture of a Canon EF 2.8/100mm IS USM Macro and a EF 2.8/135mm Softfocus, but cheaper.
Okay the ICA 6.8/135mm Softfocus-Macro isn't very fast and hasn't got AF and other modern things, but it is a genuine lens of pictoralism.
Here're the pictures!