VW Zombie Van

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That is one truely amazing diorama. Exquisitly detailed and very sick at the same time!

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Cool !

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That is one truely amazing diorama. Exquisitly detailed and very sick at the same time!

Dittos.

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Very cool build...

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That is one truely amazing diorama. Exquisitly detailed and very sick at the same time!

X3 :)

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Lookin' great :D

Mark

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Love it !

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Very gruesome, but I like it. How did you do the welds?

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Brilliant detail :) I take it the poor guy got out of the Dub to fix it and ended up on the menu!

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Very nicely done - if you can say nicely about a rather gruesome scene. The weathering and detail painting throughout are great. I like the small gut pile...

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Pretty cool!!!!!!! Very nice work!

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One of the best and most original automotive dioramas I've ever seen - and I've seen MANY! Great work! Congrats!

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Many thanks for the very kind words everyone :)

Crazyjim - for the welds I stuck a thin strip of green stuff along the seam, and pushed small indentations into it (like welds). Airbrushed the strip (and the surrounding panels) black. I then picked out the actual weld in a steel colour paint (Vallejo air metallics steel) and finally gave the metal a black wash (GW nulen oil wash). It's a quick and easy method to get great looking results.

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thats just flipp'n cool.... B)

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Very artistic and masterfully photographed.

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I think you're the definition of "talent".

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Thank you :)

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Dude this is amazing. I'm a huge zombie anything fan lol had a walking dead party for the season premier tonight! Where did you get those zombies though!?

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nice zombie killer

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I love a good dio, very well done.

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Thanks for the kind words :) - Ah, I'll add it over in the zombie thread.

As for the figure and the gun on the top their from a company called Dark World Creations - http://www.darkworldcreations.com/

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Love it, love it, love it!

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Thanks :)

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