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Discussion in 'Photos & Videos' started by JBBVry, May 18, 2004.
ok guys have a look and let me know what you think of these.
I can't make up my mind if it's real or not? Is it?
I also can't tell, although I'd guess it's a model. Either way, it's a great photograph.
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That's the acid test! It passes! GReat shot
Looks good to me John!!!
BTW, do you realize we now have a Paul Johnson and a Jon Paulsen! Kinda makes you think........
Very nice! The only thing is... I don't think that engine is going to fit in the shed!
alter ego, Val! He's the good side
My Guess is it real, great photo anyway.
It's a model, but I'm basing that on the camera height (above a person's eye level) not on the lack of realism. Great shot!
WOW!! I can almost smell the hot grease,oil and smoke..Great picture!! :thumb: :thumb:
well guys it is a PFM 2-6-6-2 done on a 1 foot by 2 foot bord in my back yard. made it with a sony FD Mavica useing Sepia setting.
Pretty darn convincing!!!
here it is in full color.
You're B&W picture really fooled me
Very well done. It was very hard to tell (for me anyways!) :thumb:
Thanks for the color pic. Nice too
Good piccies, Paul. The colour one would even pass too. Like the ground cover. What did you use?
the whole thing is made of a old 9in by 24 in shelf 2 foot of old brass track and a lot of dirt out of my drive way. the buildings were all scratchbuilt the big shead is made from the FSM coopers garage. the others are from an old MR blueprint set called "the house on the hill" i thought it was too small to be a house but the right size for a yard office. the cars are Jardan I never do them as the kit tells me to.