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old west saloon1/72

Posted by Susofrick on 22 Mar 2023, 16:38

Great work! I think there is a moonshine shack just out of the picture so the sherriff can't see it!
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Posted by C M Dodson on 23 Mar 2023, 14:47

That is truly wonderful modelling.

I think that you have really captured the essence of the West with your models.

Just a thought when using backgrounds.

Watch out for shadows on the sky.

I learnt the hard way!

Best wishes,

Chris
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Posted by Beano Boy on 23 Mar 2023, 18:17

:coffee: i love and like it all.
:cowboy: Yip! Sir'ry Me A'nall

:coffee: Concerning the water raising platform
i see a sturdy man of heart and understanding,
If'en it needed fixing.
A heavy hammer was just the right tool 4 the job. BB
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Posted by tullo on 12 Jun 2023, 16:04

hi
the old one looks really cool
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Posted by dms on 24 Jun 2023, 06:26

Thank you guys.
The people need some entertainment
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Posted by Minuteman on 24 Jun 2023, 11:50

Ah, those were the days in the 'Wild West'....

A fine piece of modelling, the crowd figures looking on are very well done. Which figures did you use?
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Posted by dms on 24 Jun 2023, 13:30

Minuteman wrote:Ah, those were the days in the 'Wild West'....

A fine piece of modelling, the crowd figures looking on are very well done. Which figures did you use?

thanks,the figures are all mine.I don't using commercial figures
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Posted by Santi Pérez on 24 Jun 2023, 18:44

It's a beautiful diorama, dms. Each figure fits perfectly into the overall scene. And you couldn't miss a photographer to immortalise the moment for posterity. :mrgreen:

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Posted by MABO on 08 Jul 2023, 06:40

I missed this scene until now. Another amazing addition to your range of figures. I am once more impressed what you are able to create. I hope there is more to come.
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Posted by PhilC on 08 Jul 2023, 09:41

Great design and great figures! I am sometimes using blender, too, just for images and small videos, I'm impressed with the result you've achieved.
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Posted by C M Dodson on 28 Jul 2023, 06:56

Grim stuff but very well done.

As stated, you have brought the West to life with your superb modelling.

Best wishes,

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Posted by dms on 30 Jul 2023, 16:26

Hi,thank you all for your comments.

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Posted by atalante on 30 Jul 2023, 18:09

Great diorama! Where do you find these figures in 1/72 ?
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Posted by C M Dodson on 30 Jul 2023, 19:00

Very nice indeed especially with the attention to the reins.

The last picture is very atmospheric indeed.

Splendid stuff.

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Posted by k.b. on 30 Jul 2023, 19:10

Brilliant dms. As Chris said, the beautifully taut reins really bring this stagecoach to life.
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Posted by PhilC on 30 Jul 2023, 20:13

Absolutely wonderful! Very nice figures in a highly evocative scene - just need the dust to be in a movie!
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Posted by Peter on 31 Jul 2023, 14:46

atalante wrote:Great diorama! Where do you find these figures in 1/72 ?

As far as I know these are his own creations in 3D. ;-)

Wonderfull work! :thumbup:

How is size comparison with the Imex Stagecoach? And I would like to get my hands on those two riders in the back. :-D
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Posted by dms on 31 Jul 2023, 15:51

Hi,thank you guys I'm glad you like it.
Yes the figures are my creations.
Dear Peter I hope this picture will helpImage
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Posted by Iceman1964 on 31 Jul 2023, 17:57

Great diorama, details and ground (skeleton, cactus...) give the real feel of the desert.
Best compliments
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Posted by Peter on 31 Jul 2023, 19:01

dms wrote:Hi,thank you guys I'm glad you like it.
Yes the figures are my creations.
Dear Peter I hope this picture will helpImage

Looks good indeed. Thank you! :thumbup:
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