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The Goods Shed. (1/43,5)

Started by Robert G, March 02, 2020, 07:46:49 AM

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Robert G

Here is my latest diorama. A goods shed somewhere in the south of France. Imaginary, but quite  possible in the 50' and 60'. Everything is scratch build. Cardboard, plaster, wood. All natural materials. The backdrop, I painted, the rolling stock,   I build from brass kits.The trees are made from twisted wire.



Robert G

more. I am having a hard time getting photos on this forum by downloading directly. After two, I can't post no more...GRRRRRRRR

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Here some real photos...  I have put much too much work in the details , in this diorama only for not to be seen because of tiny pictures. Here some high resolution ones.

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Peter_T1958

"Siplicity is the ultimate sophistication" -Leonardo Da Vinci-

https://industrial-heritage-in-scale.blogspot.ch/

finescalerr

Outstanding. The level of detail and perfection suggest the scale is larger than 1:43. -- Russ

NORCALLOGGER

That is some beautiful work, just perfection in all areas.
But those (Oak?) trees are just outstanding, exceptional!!
Thank you for sharing your work
Rick

Robert G

Thanks Rick, you are right, old oak trees.

Barney

Very Nice - super detail please send more
Barney

Ray Dunakin

Wow! Wow!! Wow!!!  Absolutely beautiful!
Visit my website to see pics of the rugged and rocky In-ko-pah Railroad!

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