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Discussion in 'Photos & Videos' started by Casey Feedwater, Sep 25, 2003.
OVT&L's old oil tanker sits on the siding next to the machine shop on a hot July day.
Your modeling and photography skills continue to amaze me. This forum is so much better than a print magazine. Keep these shots coming. You really do a great job of creating a sense of time and place. Thanks for sharing your work!
Very realistic Mike, simply awesome!
Fantastic workmanship Casey, always love to see your photos
What fantastic modeling....and photography!
Beautiful work in so many ways. The modelling, weathering, scene composition and photography - all are top notch!!!
Between you, Shamus, Robin, Blake, Ralph, Tyson and the rest of the fine modellers here on the Gauge, we could easily put out our own magazine! But heck, we don't have to - we've got the Gauge!
Great looking car and photo!
Well, we now know who ought to be doing the next weathering clinic! Positively great. --Stu--
Thanks for the nice comments, everyone.
Here's a flatcar with a sled load on the same siding. Its donkey is in the shop being refitted...
C'mon! Those can't be models - they're real!
Hell Mike.......now you have given me something else I would like to copy........Thanks
F-E-E-E-nominal, just outstanding work.
While everything about your work impresses me Mike, your wood (like that sled ) really blows me away! Doesn't really matter if it's that sled or the side of a building or a piece of rolling stock, it's always superb!!!
Here's a different view of the flatcar and sled.
Ok, Casey, I thought we'd had this little talk before about you passing off prototype photos as your modeling work...
Heh Heh...juuuust kiddin'!
My feelings exactly!
Ditto all the above...............and then some!
Nice work Casey.
I really like the last pic.
Casey. Are those models or real life? Can't tell the difference.
Looks like you could walk up and hop right up on them.
Thank you for the very nice words, everyone.
I know some of you have seen the cars before, but I had a lot of fun putting them in "new" settings and rephotographing them earlier this week. I've got a few more I'll post in the near future.