Monday, December 17, 2012

Mean streets

Greetings ledheads,
  Nothing new here...just a few different shots of my spanish structures and the streets and alleyways. If you'll notice on the last shot, some ancient graffiti chiseled into the stone...actually a piece of paper off the computer glued and blended into the wall.

28 comments:

  1. That graffiti really does look incredible, love job Captain.

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  2. Fabulous terrain and photography as always, Richard. Made me think I'd see "The Man With No Name" coming around the corner. Also, would look nice on a Napoleonic Peninsula battlefield. Happy Holidays, Dean

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  3. Always a treat to be a recipient of your modeling creativity, Capt. Lovely pictures.

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  4. Splendid work! That graffiti is particularly convincing.

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  5. great work! its a mirical the things you can do with the humble printer. I do most of my details involving posters flags etc from printed paper

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  6. Wuao !!! Im dreaming!


    fantastic

    more more more

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  7. Lovely work there mate(as always).

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  8. Great photography Captain. The graffiti has worked out very well!

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    1. Thanks Rodger...a lot of trial and error on making the graffiti look like it belongs there.

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  9. Wonderful pictures, the streets are really impressive with those lights, and the graffiti is amazing!
    Very, very nice Captain!
    Phil.

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  10. That looks impressive, top work sir!

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  11. Really impressive Captain , i like it , good work !

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  12. Great pictures and Buildings. It all looks very atmospheric and should be great fun fighting a skirmish game in amongst those streets.

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  13. Great buildings en pictures my friend and Merry Christmas...

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  14. Thanks Danny and Merry Christmas to you and your family

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