Saturday, July 20, 2013

A little detailing on the addition

Greetings everyone,
Yesterday afternoon, the T.V. went out, the computer went out and the phones didnt work. Most of Upstate New York was out...boring. All I had left is a paint brush and a camera so I did a little detailing on my new addition. There will be alot more added to this as I go along.




























29 comments:

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    1. Nice visual pun, Capt. + the scenery is definitely the work of Master Journeyman modeler.

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  2. Really like the lighting effects, very impressive.

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  3. Brilliant looking pictures, very inspired work!

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  4. Hello, and good sunday morning from Finland.
    I have been following with great interest the site, after I found this.

    I have to say that it is really really very well done urban complex.
    Especially the little river, roads, etc. and buildings, more correctly the whole town still life, are worth a special mention in the job.

    If the power is missing or connection problems, up north
    :D
    We still have a bright time through the day.
    Sunrise at 16.5. at 1:41 am. Sunset 28.7. at 0:41 am.

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  5. Coming along very nicely Captain!

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  6. I've sy=tarted to wonder just how much more productive I would be without all the so called labour saving devices! Lovely additions Captain.

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  7. Great job. Your work never fails to impress me its just fantastic.

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  8. Time well spent, Richard. The detailing and photography are first class as always. Best, Dean

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  9. Blummin marvelous Cap'n and I really do like your work with the kodak brownie, your photo's are such a joy to look at.

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  10. Very nice Captain and the lighting effects are awesome!

    Christopher

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  11. Very nice, Captain. Love the use of real lights, fantastic job !

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  12. :) This is almost a perfect theater of war.
    Aircraft and missiles are already.
    Missing perhaps only the Confederate submarine CSS Hunley.

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