Violet Ray Gasoline Station, Kalifornien, USA 1:1250

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  1. tigerclaw

    tigerclaw Member

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    Hello Cardmodler,

    I start my first mini building report.
    I Start with a really beautiful small gas station from 1929. The designer is Godwin Petermann.
    The orginal size is 1:87. I reduce to 6,9 % of orginal size.
    All parts exclude pillars are orginal.

    picture 1 - shows the 4 sheets
    picture 2 - shows the walls with free space to place doors behind
    Picture 3 - shows all walls in position
    picture 4 - shows how i fix the roof with the walls. The weight is a 1 cent and a 5 cent coin
    picture 5 - shows the final gas station


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  2. tigerclaw

    tigerclaw Member

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    the next few picture shows you how "mini" sign1 is this building report.

    kind regards

    Sepp

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  3. zathros

    zathros -----SENIOR---- Administrator Moderator

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    Geez those are small!! Are you Godzilla or something!! That is an excellent diorama. :)
  4. Rhaven Blaack

    Rhaven Blaack ADMINISTRATOR Administrator Moderator

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    FANTASTIC DIORAMA!!!
    I am AMAMZED at how small you were able to build this at and still be able to see everything clearly.

    You have just been inducted into the "MICRO-MACHINE CLUB"!!!sign1
    That is what I have called the group of individual modelers who have all made EXTREMELY small models (like this).

    KEEP UP THE GREAT WORK!!!
  5. tigerclaw

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    Thank you for your comments,

    @zathros - Not Godzilla, but the idea is not bad :thumb:, I know there is a cardmodel of the Laser canone. And for Godzilla Google idea1

    @Rhaven Blaack - thank you for the invitation in the "MICRO MACHINE ClUB":thumb: But, it is not so complicate to build something in a small scale. And the advantage is you can decrease a lot of details and also a lot of parts.

    kind regards

    Sepp