"Whiskey Hollow"

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Here are some pics of a Dio I am working on for the Atlanta show in November. It depicts a `50s Moon Shine Still,

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That's art man! Looks great!

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I like the last two pictures the best ...............Ed Shaver.

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That is just beautiful Ron. Let me know when you get it up and running. I've got a retailer in Asheville that can take a couple hundred gallons a week.

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....looking fantastic Ron...can't get over how good those Sage Brush trees look. Are you leaving them bare of are they getting foliage?

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nice job....only thing missing is the General Lee....

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Leaving them Bare Danny. Sort of an early fall scene. Poured the creek with Realistic water, got to wait on it to set.

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Pretty cool. what scale is this? Lookin foward to the finished product.

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Pops that looks fantastic!!!

I had almost the same idea a few years back but couldn't pull it off,yours is terrific!!

looking forward to more...

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Thanks guys. It is 1/25 scale vaughn. For that much I would have to fire up another still Luke.

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A little update, the creeks not dry anymore:

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more;

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....love it! WOW, this is just too cool. The creek turned out fantastic!

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Looking realllllly good ! Great detail and love the creek.

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Beautiful work, Ron. You build what must be some of the finest dioramas I've seen.

Charlie Larkin

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It looks quite realistic. I can only see one thing missing; the hound dog. LOL That is beautiful work, and I really like your water.

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Excellent work! Are you sure you aren't a model railroader, or military modeler?

Hey, guys- he builds trains and tanks!

GET HIMMMM!!!! :unsure:

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Looking better and better. Whats your tree technique?

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Vaughn, I am just using California Silver Sage Brush for trees. A friend sent me a box full of this stuff but I am getting low....Hummm...might should contact that friend again , LOL.

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A little update, the creeks not dry anymore:

Nor is the county, LOL! ;)

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That is some very nice work. Love the trees,eerie!!

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Nor is the county, LOL! :lol:

Jairus, I have your special order of Peach Brandy , aged in an Oak Barrel, Ready for Ya!

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Oooohhhh don't tease me man!

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Great job so far Ron. Can't wait to see this one in person in Atlanta. What will be covering the tire tracks?

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A Satin Black `40 ford coupe.

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