Nissen hut including camaro 69 1/24 # FINAL FOTO's #

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Hello,

A few weeks ago I started a diorama for my recent build phatom green camaro 69 from Revell. I started with a wooden base and some styreen plates. I really made some progress.. I hope you like it.

My inspiration

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The camaro

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The base

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progress on the building

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wall lamp

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Hope for more posts this weekend..

Eric

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Looks great so far

gotta try some brick work soon!

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Thnx,

In my first post i could not post more pictures, so i will continue with more..

I made a power box..

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And made some wood above the big doors

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styrene doors..

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finisched doors with hairspray and salt method..

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That is just stunningly beautiful. I am going to have to build this kind of thing one of these days. I love looking at them.

Your attention to the little details is really compelling; I'm thinking especially of the peeling paint on the stone lintel, which peels differently that the other kinds of painted surfaces, and the little bends, dents, and dings in the bottom of the metal doors. Fantastic work.

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I agree with Chilly. Fantastic work, great attention to detail. That's just some beautiful modeling! B)

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aah cool you posted it here , you know what i said .. so impressive .. the detail and overal atmosphere your dio's have are just stunning !!

loving this

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Looks great !

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WOW consider me totally blown away

more please

Michael

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Great job

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Very nice work on the bricks.

Quonset Huts, which originated in the form they're usually thought of, were developed originally not that far from me, at the Quonset Point Naval Air Station in Rhode Island.

This will be an interesting model when it's done- very rare to see them in scale.

Charlie Larkin

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Thank you all for the compliments!

I continued with the so called "stelcon plates " in front of the building ( don't know the english name for it, sorry ).Therfore i used angular styreen of 2 mm. for the steel edges and made them rusty including some wheatering.

I carved the baseplate in the right pattern and placed the steel edges, and put some grass Now i have to make the lifting holes ( 2 in each plate ).

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amazing work.i love it,How do you do that brick work Eric?

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Love your attention to detail and how you pull it off.

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This is stunning and I love that you're doing a quonset since i don't recall every seeing one fabricated in scale. Awesome weathering. I gotta learn how to do this hairspray technique because it looks so lifelike.

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Very impressive work .

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I've been working on the roof. So i made several corrugated plates including weathering.. I also made my graffiti work on the bricks, Charlie Brown and some name MAX... It's a little bit shiny at this moment because of the micro sol fluid. It needs to dry a bit.

I hope you enjoy sofar.

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this is awesome, great work!

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dude thats too cool !! just loving this one !!

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Looks great.

Charlie Larkin

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Fabulous! Very real where the eye wanders. The Camaro has one of the most convincing used car looks I've ever seen.

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Hello,

I finisched this diorama, and put the final foto's here. I hope you'll like it.

Eric

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That is incredible! Great detail. I really like the angle setting.

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Beautiful work!!!

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came out stunning , perfect and i love it :)

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Fantastic work, great attention to detail. That's just some beautiful modeling! B)

Harry said it as well as it can be said! Dittos. B)

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