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Re:Battle in the Low Countries 1940 23 Aug 2010 10:07 #49

WOW !! :woohoo: How could I miss this ? Outstanding ..... :thumbsup :dude

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Massimo :)
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Re:Battle in the Low Countries 1940 23 Aug 2010 11:34 #50

Randy what a artwork :blink:

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Re:Battle in the Low Countries 1940 23 Aug 2010 18:40 #51

Thanks MP, I appreciate a man of few words :)

Thank you Laura

Thanks Johnny

Yago, Thank you my friend :) You keep me motivated looking at all your progress.

Hi Ant, O'kay, it is a little bit :laugh:

Thanks Slodder

Hello Massimo, Thank you for commenting

Thanks Terry!!

Looking at the comments I realized I forgot to post the last photos showing the lift in place. Threw up some wood around it just to see what it would look like, nothing glued in yet...














Thanks for all the kind comments!!

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Re:Battle in the Low Countries 1940 23 Aug 2010 21:27 #52

That's about all I can say Randy, Oh My! Truly masterful work. Can't wait to see more.
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Re:Battle in the Low Countries 1940 24 Aug 2010 15:50 #53

OK, ok...I go breed fish or anything :gogo

Masterpiece of braile scale :woohoo:

PERFECT work

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Re:Battle in the Low Countries 1940 24 Aug 2010 22:44 #54

Randy, this is just an awesome build! I keep forgetting it's so small, the details are so spot on! :thumbsup
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Re:Battle in the Low Countries 1940 25 Aug 2010 10:50 #55

MP, Thanks for commenting and while I'm at it, we never say thanks enough to you ,Bob , for all your work keeping the site going. Good luck on the Gallery fix :)

Hello Pavel, Thank you for the kind words.

Hi Mike, Appreciate the comments. As you well know, on these loooooong projects, the comments really help you to keep going :)



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Re:Battle in the Low Countries 1940 03 Sep 2010 16:12 #56

Hello All, Made some small progress...

More reference pics from 'StahlArt' Harald Finster Photogragher











Working on the ground floor of the damaged section of the factory. Need to build one last piece of machinery and add some benches, shevling and clutter.

The floor lathe is a modified 'HO scale' kit. The parts bin is made up from stripwood and the shelf is a resin casting from the spares box..


























Next up is the wiring, plumbing lines and the lights..


Poorman's lathe and some acrylic rod...






















The damaged wood is not the finished product.....











Getting hard to take photos of the interior with limited depth of field on my camera but
here goes....


















That is all for now, as always, comments are welcomed.

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Re:Battle in the Low Countries 1940 03 Sep 2010 16:21 #57

Hi there.

That's stupendously awesome! What exquisite detail!

Cheers from Peter
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Re:Battle in the Low Countries 1940 03 Sep 2010 20:08 #58

That is just fabulous, Randy! All the details and precision of the craftsmanship are truly amazing! :notworthy:
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Re:Battle in the Low Countries 1940 03 Sep 2010 20:18 #59

Randy, you are my personal hero. You are doing a great work, and the final result will be awesome.
Thanks for posting this pics and all work here.

See you!

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Re:Battle in the Low Countries 1940 03 Sep 2010 22:41 #60

I am in awe of this build... truly awesome and leaves the viewer speechless... :notworthy:



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