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 Posted: Sun Mar 20th, 2022 04:42 pm
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Good idea, thanks !



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 Posted: Sun Mar 20th, 2022 07:50 pm
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Bolt and washer (not very good, but it will do for now):










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 Posted: Sun Mar 20th, 2022 08:23 pm
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Good.

Nobody will inspect them with a magnifier !





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Some details added to the shed:













A look from the outside:


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 Posted: Mon Mar 21st, 2022 10:15 pm
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Istvan

You still need plenty of dirt, old junk, empty cans, trash...
to make this realistic.

Oil spills everywhere on the floor. and workbench...

Old shop floors, and often also the walls,
are nearly black, from dirt and soot.




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I know,

this is just the beginning.

:)

I still have a lot to add.


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 Posted: Wed Mar 23rd, 2022 08:15 pm
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Great work,
love the modified hinges.

Like others have already posted,
the walls and floor are screaming for weathering.

But you've done the heavy listing
for sure on this structure.

I love it !




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 Posted: Mon Apr 4th, 2022 11:36 am
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Just some fun on the weekend.

Created a tool rack for the shed,
more weathering coming later.













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Box full of tools and junk:












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Nothing but praise.

Reminds me of the old Fine Scale Miniatures versions from the '70s



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