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This box art gave me the idea because I thought the front part of the TV would be clear plastic. I had to cut this sht out myself. No worries, the detail is quite extensive. 

 

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Setup the TV in the backroom today...

 

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12 hours ago, LUGR said:

My buddies completed projects. Dude is a fiend, every time he finishes one he is off to the store to buy another one.

 

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Yes, the, Monogram Patton Tank. I remember this one well. It was the second military model I built 

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 this was in south australian Art gallery.

 

 some tripped out troopin' zombie/nazi/ronaldmcdonald/ grimace,steam train/ concentration camp madness.

 

Figured it belongs here - couldn't get good pics due to the lights.

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21 hours ago, Schnitzel said:

 this was in south australian Art gallery.

 

 some tripped out troopin' zombie/nazi/ronaldmcdonald/ grimace,steam train/ concentration camp madness.

 

Figured it belongs here - couldn't get good pics due to the lights.

 

 

 

Chapman Brothers' art

 

Gnarly detailed diorama!

 

 

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On 5/1/2022 at 12:22 PM, LUGR said:

Bought this for my friend who is obsessed with models.

 

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I haven't built this one myself so I looked it up. The wings are designed to articulate like the real thing. Also, plenty of spare parts that will not be used so your friend can add them to his other models

 

 

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1 hour ago, Ko SprueOne said:

 

I haven't built this one myself so I looked it up. The wings are designed to articulate like the real thing. Also, plenty of spare parts that will not be used so your friend can add them to his other models

 

 

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He said the wings were a major pain in the bass to build so the function but really cool how they operate.

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The Black and White technique has impressed me so much that I've purchased a B/W paint set to try and achieve this look on a few projects I have in the queue 

 

 

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Also, they're doing forced lighting effect...

 

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pics stolen from the interwebs ...

assumed photographer: Norbert Ossner

WONDERFEST 2022

 

 

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Large scale (Revell or MPC)

1985 Chevy C/K 10

Wonder if they kept the box for box-art which describes if this was a curb side or if the engine and engine compartment detail was included. 

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I got into sculpting figures recently, and decided it was time for me to build a diorama. For this, I decided to build a box diorama of the final scene from the opera Pagliacci. 

Little did I know that sculpting and painting 26 figures would be as time consuming as it was. I had decided the scene would take place in the early 1890s, and this meant doing some research on the fashions of the era. 
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Well I've already started my next project. I don't want to reveal too much of it yet, but it will be a noir thing. I've sculpted and painted some of the figures. 
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I should finish the whole thing in a month or so, and then it will be on to the next project. 

 

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Holy shit, man. Big props and respect for having the time, patience, and most of all creativity to land on the mark with that type of art. I know all of not a single person who does it. Seen a guy or two over the years that enjoys building out model abandoned buildings but never with the actual figurines and definitely not on this level of detail. Is that just a random hobby you picked up or have you been into other forms of sculpting for a long time? 

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