Camaro Barn Find


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This is a 1/25th scale Camaro by revel that has been forgotten about.

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Posted

thats awsome !! i would remove the log / tree from the roof for me thats overkill / the dio doenst need that , the barn / shed looks stunning

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Excellent work. Very realistic...

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Posted

Looks Great!

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Awesome job, very nice

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Very nice! Great detail. I like the pallets and the cobwebs. Lots of character in this diorama.

Sam

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Posted

Fantastic dio. I agree about the log/tree. Something that big would have demolished the roof.

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Posted

Great job, but the log must go.

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Great job on the garage. Talk about forlorn looking.

Charlie Larkin

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I promise there will be no log in my next diorama, thank you for taking the time to look at the pictures.

I just have to say I was beating on that log with a hammer and it turned out the roof was stronger than the walls.

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One small point of criticism, i think that we wheel in front of the barn looks to new and clean, it pops out of the scene. But please keep in mind that this is my opinion ;)

For the rest its awesome, I really like it a lot!

What did you used for the walls?

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Thank you, I dropped the ball on that rim, before the model got placed into it's box, that wheel took a beat down.

The walls are birch veneer that I found in the scrap wood pile out back.

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Posted

nice work.

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