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 Posted: Mon Mar 21st, 2016 08:25 pm
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Terry S
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Last year I posted a few pictures of a shed I was working on and then kind of disappeared. I thought maybe a few of you would be interested in seeing how I managed to squeeze everything together.




















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 Posted: Tue Mar 22nd, 2016 01:09 am
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Hi Terry.

TOTALY AWESOME DUDE !

Toooo much to like !

I love the ground-contours.
It must have taken some serious planning to get the look.
The kinda 'eroded' & 'downhill-gravity'...
(dunno how else to describe it)
... looks, well ... REAL !

Brilliant !

:moose:

Si.



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Wow Terry, what awesome models. Thanks for coming back. I can now look at what dreams are made of.



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Beautiful work! I love farms anyway.

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Me too!

Great job, Terry! What's the next project?

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 Posted: Tue Mar 22nd, 2016 05:40 pm
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Si, I love your description. Thanks.

I love old farms, too. Some of what is in this diorama are things that I remember about the farm I grew up on.

Herb, I keep changing things on Tickle Belly, the little town module that I drag to a few shows each year. Fuzzy Foradini has been partitioning for a new building for his son's barber shop. Ryan is trying to get the town to build a fire hall for the new pumper the town just purchased and has housed in his barn. His pipe business is taking off and he needs the space. So there's always stuff to get done, I guess.

Terry


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Hi Terry ,

I really love your work. The setting and the weathering are very convincing.

Please show more pictures of Tickle Belly.

Wolfgang C.

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Thanks, Wolfgang. Most of what I do is influenced by the Australian modelers. I never tire of seeing what those guys do. I have also studied Brian Nolan's work and was lucky to have seen some of his dioramas last year. And, of course, Dave Revelia's models. There are many others.

Here are a few more pictures of Tickle Belly, named after the town's only claim to fame - the Tickle Belly Bridge. When our kids were young, they loved when we drove a little too fast over the bridge.


















If you click on the Flickr link at the end of the post, you will be able to see more images of what I have done.

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Terry



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looks like a 4 moosie job to me



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Thanks, Charles.

Terry



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