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 Posted: Sun Jan 19th, 2014 07:39 pm
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I'm glad you like my models Si.

A few nice compliments only spurs me on to the next build. :rah::rah::rah:

Yes, my line of work is interesting but I do not know what the movie you refer to is about.

Unfortunately my job does not allow me the luxury of driving around in fast cars. :bang::bang::bang:





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 Posted: Sun Jan 19th, 2014 10:50 pm
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Hi Neil

Don't bother about Al Pacino's '88 Minutes'...

...it ain't his best work; by a MILE !

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Just luv the amout of crazy 'add-ons' to the bar...

...just right for a cheap, bad part o' town joint like that !

N I C E !

Cheers

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Hi

Very nicely done.

I really love FSM buildings.

Karl


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Thanks Karl - always good to hear from you.



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Neil that is stunning work.

Beautiful!






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Thanks Dave and welcome back!!





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Outstanding job!

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Thanks for the kinds words.

You have an interesting website - beautiful work as well.





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This is a re-post of a diorama I showed many years ago.

It consists of three of my favorite smaller structures on the FSM.

It is being posted again today as a tribute to George in light of his retirement.

I know there are many new members on this site who have not seen it, so I hope those of you who have do not mind.

There are more pics of the build on my website. (see at end of post)


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" It is being posted again today as a tribute to George in light of his retirement "



Hi Neil  :wave:



It's always GREAT ! to see your fantastic builds & dioramas.  :thumb:



I took the liberty of 'merging' both your 'P. Henderson & Son' Threads together as 1.  :dt:

And getting rid of the 'PhotoBucket' logo garbage on top of the pictures.  :f:

There are some nice replies of course in the original Thread.  :)



I for one, can never see enough of inspirational work such as Georges & yours ...

... I'm sure that there are 100s ... more like 1000s even, F.S.M. fans that would agree also !  :cool:





A close-up ^^ of Neils  AWESOME  diorama.



:moose: :moose: :moose: :moose: :moose:



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