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19th century postcards
Another masterpiece, Richard. Love the placement of the headstones; as well as the overgrown grass. Truly captures the somber feeling of the two women paying their respects. Dean
Great spirited-visual, Capt!
This time for sure, I'm a fan of your blog! Photos are, one more time, really great...a liitle bit sad, but great!Waiting next post!Best,Phil.
Thanks guys....I appreciate the comments
Captain, really, just amazing work as always. I don't post my adoration of your modeling skills enough lol!
Great work...very spooky!!!!
Wow outstanding work as every Captain.
Very very nice. Great wee addition to an awesome layout
Wonderful stuff Captain!, really atmospheric! I love the two ladies come to pay their respects.
Hi Capatain, agree fully with everyone else. Up to your usual excellent standard. Love the shot with the 2 ladies!BestPaul
incredible work!!!!!!it's like a real scenery!! you're really a Master!
Great work Captain. The head stones look very real.
You have brought this superb dead piece of ground to life, very, very realistic.
Fantastic - I love the dishevelled, ramshackle look from the titling headstones to the knurled, dead tree. Is that teddy bear fur you've used for the overgrown grass? Wonderful :-)
Thanks guys for the attention to my little graveyard...Paul, its imitation rabbits fur.
That's bloody good and would look great in a good horror movie!
Sets a great mood. Love the ladies.
Another nod to another great job. Very evocative!
I so enjoy your work and am truly inspired by it. I know that this is asking a great deal, but do you think you could Maybe make some entries in this wonderful blog about "how you do these things?" to teach and inspire the rest of us?Thanks!