Weathering dicast models and dioramas

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Charles, would ya stop it please?! I work in construction, and this looks just like work. I come here to escape work and now work is here. :P :lol:

Seriously though, really nice work. You've got the weathering right on.

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Hi Matt, i know how you feel. :lol: :lol: :lol:


Hi Charles, stunning modeling skills. You are a master at what you do :ugeek:
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Matt Parvis wrote:Charles, would ya stop it please?! I work in construction, and this looks just like work. I come here to escape work and now work is here. :P :lol:

Seriously though, really nice work. You've got the weathering right on.

Matt
Hahaha! Thanks Matt. These were done for customers who collected diecast construction machines.
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Justin Wooding wrote:Hi Matt, i know how you feel. :lol: :lol: :lol:


Hi Charles, stunning modeling skills. You are a master at what you do :ugeek:
Thanks Justin. You make me blush. Although i am not yet a master but i am working towards that goal.
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You're seriously dipping into my nostalgia for die-cast construction machines here :D .
The 7-year-old in me really want's to have those magnificent models ;) - great stuff!


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Go for it. I personally do not own any but they were fun to weather and detail.
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