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The work of Floris Dilz

Started by Hydrostat, March 23, 2022, 01:14:12 PM

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Hydrostat

Floris Dilz is a dutch modeler, who's been and still is working at one hugh project in HO scale for years now: 'Le Bassin'. Being an addict to the nowadays almost gone heavy industry to me this is the very best I've ever seen at this scale and for sure it widens horizons about what modeling may be all about. Well, somehow, at least. Check out his Flickr page, too: https://www.flickr.com/people/floris_dilz/

Cheers
Volker 
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I'll fly it. I'll make it.

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finescalerr

Whether "the best" or one of a small group of topnotch HO scale modelers, Dilz' work is inspirational. Thank you for posting the links, Volker. -- Russ

WP Rayner

Thanks for the link Volker. That's an amazing amount of work. It's impossible to believe it's HO scale.
Paul

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Hauk

Quote from: Hydrostat on March 23, 2022, 01:14:12 PM
Floris Dilz is a dutch modeler, who's been and still is working at one hugh project in HO scale for years now: 'Le Bassin'. Being an addict to the nowadays almost gone heavy industry to me this is the very best I've ever seen at this scale and for sure it widens horizons about what modeling may be all about. Well, somehow, at least. Check out his Flickr page, too: https://www.flickr.com/people/floris_dilz/

Cheers
Volker 

Dark Satanic Mills! Love it!
Regards, Hauk
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Ray Dunakin

Holy cow, that's some incredibly fine work! Hard to believe it's HO scale -- it's so realistic!
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Bernhard

This is really the highest model building art in this scale. Thanks for the link.

Bernhard