Free Model #2

Discussion in 'Architecture Models' started by Roxxii, Feb 4, 2007.

  1. Roxxii

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    Liberty Squ 2

    First construction - walls of the main building with the recessed windows.

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    Liberty Square 3

    Dry fitting the roof.

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  4. Roxxii

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    Liberty Square 4

    Had a good run yesterday and got all of the Right Wing and the Tower together. This picture shows most of the components dry fitted.

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    That looks really nice. How large is it?
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    Thank you!
    According to the instructions, it is approx 10" x 12.75" x 12.25".

    I keep forgetting to put a ruler beside the model when I photograph it. The clothes pegs might have given the wrong impression of size, but they are those really tiny ones from craft shops.
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    Very nice model. Congratulations.
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    That is a gorgeous model, now only if I had a lot of money and an architect to build me the real deal....
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    This is great... I like paper model buildings also and hope make some in the future although I'm mostly looking for dragons now.
    Thanks for sharing. :thumb:
  10. ultra1

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    a very cool looking model

    keep going

    ultra stone
  11. bigfan

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    Really Great work there!
    I wonder if anyone would ever be up to the task of making a Diorama of the entire Pirates of the Caribbean Ride lol
  12. Harry Stroble

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    I found Zealot when looking for The Black Peral on The Disney Experence site. I am a big Disney fan and have built 3 modles from that site. Am currently working on a Mark Twane modle that I have enlarged 150% Quite a Job. Nice to find others who have enjoyed the site. Harry
  13. Pho3n1x

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    Nice mansion, might give it a go ;)
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    Harry, if you like Disney models, then you'll love this site. I don't know if you have seen it before, but here it is anyway.
    http://www.seite42.de/e_index_beilagen.htm

    I found this one while I was looking for Cinderella's Castle, which is on the site above. I plan on making several from this site myself.