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EuroClassic 2

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Hi,, I am working on my new Dealer Diorama "EuroClassic. Here are a few photos of the making. As usual, I am using foamboard, balsa and some plastic......Barbo

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Structure and base.

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Well, it's yellow! Not sure what dealer you're doing, but if it were red I'd say Ferrari.

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Nice work so far. This is going to be good. Jim, maybe yellow is for Lambos???

STewart

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EuroClassic 2 , I know that red and yellow is used for Ferrari, but not this one,ja,ja,ja,....Barbo

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Its not Ferrari, but....Let see what I do,..ja,jua,ja,...Barbo

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Finally finished. I was waiting for the metal letters from Hobby Lobby. The Volky emblem is from a keychain and the figures are from Preiser....Barbo

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Mig, I always enjoy your dioramas. They really are wonderful examples of how much fun can be had on the way to making your models really stand out and POP! Thank you.

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............ and a great example of how nicely detailed figures really help to make the scene!

Tony

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Thank you Guys......Barbo

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Volkswagen! Boy, was I way off. Looks really nice.

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Fantastic job as usual!

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Like the building design.... Wide open while still capturing the look you need. A great idea to always keep in mind when building up and out. I particularly like Cranky's way of modular design, he's able to then 'get out of his own way' within the space.

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