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Old 02-27-2022, 06:08 PM
John Wagenseil John Wagenseil is offline
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A very good construction, I like the way Alexandra brought the colours of the figures over the edges.
I tweaked the image a bit to see if I could take some of the age off of it.
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Old 05-08-2022, 05:35 PM
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Hey, John... you've made the model truly electric. Now you have to build it!
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Old 05-09-2022, 05:45 AM
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A - Première partie du puits.
B - Deuxième.
C - Troisième.
D - Quatrième.
E - Toiture de la troisième partie.
F - Toiture de la première
Les lettres G servent à doubler les bases des personnages et des arbres qui devront être collés à leurs n°‘ correspondants.
H - Parterre.

On entaille les lignes pointées pour le pliage, les lignes pointees marquées
d'un X seront entaillées au dos. Les Numbers correspondants seront collés ensemble. Les plans noirs seront enlevés
A - First part of the well.
B - Second.
C - Third.
D - Fourth.
E - Roof of the third part.
F - Roof of the first
The letters G are used to double the bases of the characters and the trees which will have to be glued to their corresponding numbers.
H - Ground part.

We score the dotted lines for folding, the dotted lines marked with an X will be scored on the back.
Matching Numbers will be pasted together.
Black planes will be removed
AC010505 EAMUS CATULI! Audere est Facere THFC 19**-20** R.I.P. it up, Tear it up, Have a Ball
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Old 05-09-2022, 04:04 PM
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Thanks for taking the time to share your model too. The vintage ones are my favorite of all the catagories.

If I might be so bold though to offer an opinion. Leave the colors as found the "patina" is what makes it in my estimation. If the colors are "brighterned up" the whole thing take on a VERY "reproduction look" like something done in the 1970's, rather than when it was originally printed. I've become a huge fan of "Salvage Hunters" on You Tube and a disiple of Drew Pritchard when it comes to keeping the patina in tact. LOL
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Old 05-13-2022, 10:48 PM
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The diorama's sense of depth is a huge part of its appeal.
Screw the rivets, I'm building for atmosphere, not detail.
later, F Scott W
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