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tiking

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    Charles King

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    Mud Trap

    Thank you so much.
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    Mud Trap

    Thank you. Appreciate that you think so.
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    Mud Trap

    Great to hear you verifying my theme for this build. Thank you kindly. Appreciate your uplifting and positive comment about my different projects. Sorry to hear about your project. Unfortunately certain things are taken out of context more often than so.
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    Mud Trap

    Thank you kindly my friend. Much appreciated.
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    Mud Trap

    Thank you David.
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    Mud Trap

    Thank you. Much appreciated.
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    Mud Trap

    Thank you. Glad you noticed it.
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    Mud Trap

    Thanks Ricky.
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    Mud Trap

    Thank you kindly. It was fun to do.
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    Mud Trap

    I have been experimenting with different types of methods lately. This time is with mud. Yep! Good old natural mud. I used mud collected from a neighboring farmer's dirt road. Really fine dirt, I must add. All I did in this diorama, was add PVA glue, and a little water, and Voila! The muddy puddles you see were done using a mixture of Liquitex gloss medium & varnish, and their Transparent Raw Sienna ink for the muddy look. I also tried a little mixture of MIG wet effects and Liquitex Raw Sienna. I think the end result looks pretty convincing. I am still fine tuning the surrounding areas by doing some dry-brushing on the mud, to bring out the different texture. But so far, it appeals to me. The model itself is from AMT 350 Pay hauler. I had this kit for a while and did not know what to do with it. The big bucket was cut down to fit. So there is no chassi just the big bucket and front end of the pay hauler. I did much on the interior with some additions and some minor scratch built parts. This scenes inspiration was taken from many photos of collapse mines or sink holes that dumpers and machines alike, have fallen victims. As always, I like to always do some different and try to go one-step further.
  11. Thank you David. :) Appreciate it. :)
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