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 Posted: Sun Jan 5th, 2014 05:12 am
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It's been a while since I posted last.


This scratchbuild consists of three of my favorite small structures on the FSM placed into one diorama.

I took the liberty of altering them a bit.


If you want to see more shots you can go to my site listed below.










Neil


http://neiljharwicke.blogspot.com/




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Neil,

That's some excellent work. I like the way you did the photo to.

Bernd

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X2 on the above!

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:Thanks for the kind words.



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Neil,

Thanks for sharing pictures of your fantastic work.

Work like yours is an inspiration to me and other craftsman kit modelers and detailers.

Johnny

 



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It's been my pleasure Johnny.

And thanks for the kudos.


Much of what I've learned over the years is due to the many model building blogs available to us today on the internet.

They have been a great boon to the hobby.




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click on your link to your BlogSpot...........does not work.

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Thanks for this Mike.

I'll try it again here.


http://neiljharwicke.blogspot.com/


It works now.




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Neil,

Just surfed through your bloggisphere.
Great set up.
Love your work on the little diorama's.
Very inspirational.

Bernd


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Hi Neil

Great work here at Henderson's !!! ...

... darn fine blog-buildin's too.

Top fave 'The Tube Bar' ... Boy that place looks like a sleazy dive !

Luv the donkeys as well ... cool detailing.

All the best.

Cheers

Si.

P.S. Interesting work you do Neil ...

... saw Al Pacino in '88 Minutes' the other day.

That line of work looks pretty exausting; with all the running about ...

... & driving fast-cars.



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