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tiking

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tiking last won the day on December 25 2017

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  1. Not really, but now that you've mentioned it, I will definitely consider it. Thank you for the tip.
  2. Thanks. Hi Rob. Yeah. I gad thought about it but seeing that most of the photos I had used shown mostly the rims without any steel belts. A nice feature though. I remember doing just that on my Burnt out truck. Btw, I love the reference photos. Definitely saving those to my heaps of ref photos. Thanks.
  3. Thank you John. Much appreciated.
  4. I have been trying out different techniques and diorama design styles for some time now. Been working out on the 'Damaged scattered' look, and car damaged look. Haven't been able to decide on a possible diorama look but been working on variations(at least two). Figures will also be added later. Still needs a little bit mor work.
  5. In awed by the scale and the intricacies of the details. Well done, yet again, you've pulled it off.
  6. Thank you kindly Andres Glad you liked it. Thank you.
  7. Thank you Pete. I had added that before but it did not look right to me. So, I removed it. Might have to re-think the design a bit better, maybe.
  8. I think this diorama can be called finished. Although, I am still adding small details here and there still. But here are some photos of diorama in its entirety since the last time I uploaded, under a different title. I have been struggling with it because of my figure painting skills over the two year period. I was never satisfied with the results, which always ended up being put aside until I could improve my skills. So here it is with another added, two figures. The theme is simple. Somewhere in Iraq, a group of insurgents are running towards a fight, to help their fellow comrades. Just has they run by the corner of the building, a freelance photographer is kneeling around the corner taking their photos, which in turn will be sold to the 'TIMES' magazine.
  9. Thank you kindly Alan. Thanks to you too. Glad you like the results.
  10. Yes. It's another hover bike. I told you, I was in the anti-gravity mood. Original kit bashing, using parts from the same kit and minor other parts to create this beast. The engines are electrical shells and many small bits and pieces ranging from bits from other kits.
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