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  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    2 days ago
    "The Ex" ("The Executioner)
    This very good! The grass is the right size and the shading is excellent. A little blood on the bucket would be a nice touch, but the over all product is wounderful, (even the Name-Ha ha).
    • (Anonymously) (Private)
      2 days ago
      Thank you sincerely, whoever you are!
      Karl
  • nlpnt (Private)
    3 months ago
    Toyota Prius by Fujimi in 1:24 scale.
    I made the same mistake with not noticing that raised bump on the lower right of the hatch. It's tiny but someone should make an aftermarket decal that says "STATLER-HILL VALLEY" on it.

    Here's mine: http://www.flickr.com/photos/12458821@N08/7305441270/in/photolist-c8yiaY-bURpCE
  • Modelerchuck Premium user United States (Private)
    4 months ago
    Italeri M110A2 SPG
    Just Awesome!!!  You have been busy.  This year with a new job and a house move I did not get much done.But we have a new year coming and a new start
    Chuck
    • Thedoog Premium user United States (Private)
      4 months ago
      Hey, thanks, Chuck---and I know exactly what you mean about being busy. I'll be moving into a new house next year, as well as doing a LOT of international travel with my job. Russia, Lithuania, Israel, Poland, Germany, Finland--ugh, a LOT of cramped seat-time in coach! I'm trying to finish my latest project here before I have to go later in January. I hope you year gives you an easier schedule, and I hope that new job works out for you too!
  • Insanity (Private)
    1 year 2 months ago
    The Lair of the Rust Bunnies
    So familiar landscape to many small town... Kingdom of rust. Very beautyful and very sad diorama.
    • Thedoog Premium user United States (Private)
      1 year 2 months ago
      Thank you! I'm glad that you had the feeling of sadness when looking at this diorama--I always feel that way when I see old cars rusting in peace. How many stories do they hold? Who once loved them when they were shiny and new and full of "new smell"? And what happened to make them stay where the are now--forgotten, unloved, abandoned? So sad.....but so rich in stories..
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    1 year 4 months ago
    "Checkered Past"
    Great looking car, even the snow looks like it has fallen on freezing temperatures. What is the scale?
  • Mike Walston (Private)
    1 year 8 months ago
    Space 1999 Eagle transporter
    Awesome Eagle! That rear engine piping is especially cool. One could imagine these ships in this shape after many years (or at least a few more TV seasons than the two we got) of service.
    • Thedoog Premium user United States (Private)
      1 year 8 months ago
      Thanks again, Mike---that piping was completely redone--I found a cool product called "Super Styrene" that you could bend any which way without it snapping (some company in the Netherlands made it; since defunct) and I re-engineered and made the whole duct work. If you search on Finescale modeler, it's in the "Sci-Fi" forums, and details the whole build.

      This is my favorite spaceship of all time!

  • Mike Walston (Private)
    1 year 8 months ago
    Small-scale (1/72) Jagdtiger
    Outstanding attention to detail. I had a flashback when I saw this one too because this was in the April 2005 FineScale Modeler reader gallery. (I was on page 38!)
  • Mike Walston (Private)
    1 year 8 months ago
    My Hetzer--December 2008 Finescale Modeler cover
    That's one of my favorite issues too! (I'm on page 45.)
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    1 year 11 months ago
    Dedicated to my late Uncle Ted, who would have driven something like this, filled with his "stuff".
    The plant in the back really completes this!! I love it!
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