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Discussion in 'Photos & Videos' started by Jules Winnfield, Mar 24, 2006.
These are pics of my mishmash 2ft.by 2ft.HO town
your streets look awesome!!
That is a pile of beautifully done scenicing. I love it.
Wow, that is really neat, excellent work, great detail :thumb:... that's a lot going on in two square feet...
Thanks...foamcore,white sharpie ,black sharpie,foam sidewalks and my wifes dry brush black craft paint!
Beautiful cityscape! All it needs is a streetcar trundling down the middle of the street.
Nice looking scenes. It looks like that guy on stilts is about to get converted, or else Sister Wendy brought along a posse to deal with the gunslinger across the corner. I always wondered where on earth one could use some of the little figures that are offered, but, surprisingly, it works in your scene.
Excellent city scene, wonderful streets, cool details on the buildings, great use of figures...I could go on!
The rest of the pics
These may be my favorites!
The nuns on scooters are pretty priceless...it's nice to see a street scene with lots of people! Too many model railroads have that "Omega Man" feel with very few people.
Hi Jules . These are really fantastic shots. The streets, The people, Heck Everything.:thumb: :thumb: :thumb: :thumb: :thumb: :thumb:
Fantastic! Could you take another picture of that flower garden-thing in the lower right hand corner of your second to last pic? What is that?
I call it memoril park it is across from the cemetery.The round section in front of the park is where the train curves past the park.
looks like hooper to me LOL
And if I could figure out how to edit this post... It would say MEMORIAL PARK sign1
Beautifull:thumb: :thumb: :thumb: :thumb:
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Again, great pics!!!!
Now I see a cemetery looking thing, that is pretty much un-photographed, and a white tower restraunt, coul you take a couple of pictures of those please? Also, the artist's name is Dennis Hopper. Such famous workes by him are Nighthawks, lady on a train, railroad sunset, and victorian house along the right of way. I really enjoy his works, and feel free at take many more photos of this module, it's great! :thumb: Where is the rest of your layout?
your talent to create little mini-scenes which really look believable is awesome! Now that's a concentration of excellent craftmanship! :thumb::thumb::thumb:
I love the look of your streets, and my favorites are the two nuns on Vespa scooters. Looks like Whoopie Goldberg with her Sister act is somewhere nearby...
Keep us informed about what's happening in your little town!