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Old 06-29-2018, 05:42 AM
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Truly a massive undertaking. I can't believe the size of the finished model. It is flawless. Wonderful.
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Old 06-29-2018, 09:15 AM
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Fred, I'm trying to build the B block and I'm having a problem with the end where B1 and B4 join. If you have any close up shots I would sure appreciate them along with any build suggestions.

I had no problems with the A block.


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Roger Cousineau in Tucson
Sorry Roger, only took photos of the finished model. I'll have a look when I get home and see if I can remember anything.

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Thanks, Don.

It is a large model!

Fred
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Old 06-30-2018, 06:49 AM
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Fred,

An awesome job on this model. HUGE! You will need a covered pickup truck to carry it anywhere.

Maybe the next model should be a complete model of Manhattan so you can fill the entire room.

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Thanks Paul. It is made to split in 2 and the church also lifts off.

Roger, I had a look at the model and the part sheets and instructions. I know that I did B5 backwards and had to reprint the piece (put the sides down instead of up.The sloping roof is on the inside of the walls.) But can't remember any problem with B4. It curves around to the smaller church.

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Awe inspiring!
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Hi Fred,


how could I miss this wonderful model?
It's a fantastic work, I like it very much.


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Old 07-01-2018, 03:11 PM
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Thanks Dieter,

This was the first model I didn't do a build thread on. Was kind of tired after the Brussels Marketplace and Town Hall. Also did Lloyd's of London, Sagrada Familia from Canon at 140% upscale from Letter Size and the 16th Century Knight in Armour. Posted photos on here and did a build report on the Knight. Since then completed the Robie House from Dover and Haut-Koenigsbourg from L'Instant Durable. Presently working on the Potala Palace from Canon at 140% upscaled as well (to fit on 12 x18 inch card stock). Will have to make and post some more photos of the finished models.

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Old 07-18-2018, 09:13 AM
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Thanks for posting these photos. Picture 4 of 5 is what I've been looking for forever. Section B on the left hand side has been giving me fits and this is the first picture that shows it well at all. Everyone wants to show off the cathedral for obvious reasons.
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