"Axis BergeLuther" by Michael Fichtenmayer

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D. Cranky received this beautiful model from his buddy Michael Ficthenmayer (FichtenFoo) and there will be lots of eye candy coming right up, starting with these pics . . .

It's not a model car, but it's a subject dear to my heart: vehicles from a post-apocalyptic/futuristic world of gunk and junk!

Enjoy! :):P;);)

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There will be more pics here:

http://public.fotki.com/vsuarez666/voodoo-customs-chop-shop/misc/fichtenfoos-diorama/

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Sweeeeeeeeeet!

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Michael's work is mind-blowing and his imagination appears to have no boundaries.

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There are lots of pictures now in the Fotki archive (click on the link below my signature) and tomorrow I am going to photograph the model outside.

Here are a couple of more pics to whet the appetite.

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Enjoy.

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Sorry to keep moving your posts around... gotta keep stuff in the proper places... :P

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Wow, that's how clueless I am, Harry. I had not even noticed. Cool. I thought it fit under "car" because of the poor victim at the bottom of the heap pile. :P

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WOW!!! That is WAY Cool!!! :o

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Superb!

G

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Ooouahhh !!!

it looks like a machine out of a science fiction movie! beautiful build!

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Posted (edited)

Looks like something I saw in an old anime. It looks amazing!

Edited by Wolf75

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I can't stop looking at every speck on this!

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Oh you should see it in person. I have not stopped studying it for days, including the torn up interior of the car . . . just amazing stuff.

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I missed this the first time through, I'm glad I caught it on my second pass.

Awesome stuff!

David G.

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Interesting how he added the car to add perspective to the whole thing. The car gives you something to compare the'machine' to, giving you a better idea of the relative size of the 'metal critter'. I hadthought it was a lot smaller in the earlier pics............

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