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:gobsmacked:

I guess that says it all - you are an artist! :worthy:

 

Cheers :bye:

Hans J

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Utterly fantastic work. Filling me with inspiration for my own terrain projects in the near future. Thank you

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10 hours ago, Corsairfoxfouruncle said:

:gobsmacked: mind blowing to say the least !!! Im super impressed with the detail and work involved 👍

Me too. It's beautiful work.

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Fantastic detail in the walls and paving stones! what type of plaster did you use? never thought about using it on a mold.

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On 2/19/2019 at 10:39 PM, Stoneman said:

Fantastic detail in the walls and paving stones! what type of plaster did you use? never thought about using it on a mold.

It is nearly all plaster of Paris with the exception of the drain. That was a soft curing wall plaster. The reason I chose that plaster was because it gave me plenty of time to form the concave drain shape and carve the stone work plus it dries soft meaning a stiff bristle brush can be rubbed over it to soften the edges of the stones that were carved in giving them a more natural water worn look.

 

To all, I'm sorry this got put on the back burner. Real life over the last few years has been kicking my free time almost to death. Never thought work, and being a dad would hoover up all my time. I do promise, it is still on my desk waiting patiently for me to get back to it. Which I will.

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I'm usually only found mooching around the 'non-military vehicles' boards, so this isn't entirely my scene

But my word, what an incredible build. I'm attempting to build some VERY simple diorama/bases in comparison, but this work is incredibly inspiring! Especially the very fine work you have done in scoring the base to create the road and building textures, not to mention the brickwork damage! The painted road brick/cobbles have just made my day

 

Superb and inspiring!

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