Cat D8 repair compled

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Another repair to complete.I have done a weathering of work in stone.

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Posted · Report post

Looks great what you did to it

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Very nice.

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Looks like the real thing.

Ben

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WOW, looks so real with the weathering. Great build...

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awesome weathering..

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Look's like the real thing.Great job!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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That is one cool looking D8....Great weathering and the photography is awesome....

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That looks completely real! Great work and photos!

Sam

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Incredible weathering, Alain! Great work!

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Very nice job on weathering. I like the scratches on the last picture. Wonderfull scenery for the pics too.

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WOW Alain, your builds never cease to amaze me man, FANTASTIC job!! :D

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Wow! Awesome weathering.

David G.

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Incredible work! I thought the first few pics were of a real machine that you put up for us to compare your model to.

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Great job :D weathering is very well done.

Mark

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Awesome hardworker. Very nice built. Pavel.

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Awesome, good job B)

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Not much more I can say about your dtqailing and we hearing techniques. I just hope there are some children or niece or nephew you can pass your skills to, just beautiful work.

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Not much more I can say about your dtqailing and we hearing techniques. I just hope there are some children or niece or nephew you can pass your skills to, just beautiful work.

I do not think that it is going to be noted,my son is in rpv,my small son will likely go in this direction already that he in fact .I have a friend that i council a can

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That is some very realistic weathering you've done. Looks very similar to the one where I use to work.

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