2017-05-29

Scratchbuilt machine for my machinehall

Finally both my machinehall and the interior
is now finished and ready for some gaming.
It has taken some time but the result was
worth waiting for.
I feel that I have managed to get a worn and
oily look on this piece and that was the
goal. When I started making the scenery I
found out that I needed some kind of detail
that would make it all come alive and the
machine was a good choice.
In the background you also see my finished
machinehall but this will be more information
about in the next report. :)








11 kommentarer:

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    1. hankyou very much Michal. Also fun to build.

      Radera
  2. Great scratch build. The machine is really cool...and well used.

    SvaraRadera
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    1. Thankyou very much Jay.Kind words from overseas.That was my goal when I started building the item. :)

      Radera
  3. I can't believe that it is scratch built - it looks perfect in the hall. What a great success.

    SvaraRadera
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    1. Indeed and it also gives the model the right feeling.Thankyou very much.

      Radera
  4. A fitting bit of internal detail, superb stuff.

    SvaraRadera
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    1. Kind words from the master of interior-models himself.Thankyou very much Joe.

      Radera
  5. Snyggt!
    The comparison between before and after paint is great. Trying to figure out where you got all the little pieces. No luck there :-)

    SvaraRadera
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    1. Tackar och bugar.To summarize:the table is plastic-holder for 22mm pistol-ammo,the cylinders are corks to babyfood-smoothies,the funnel is leftovers from fireworks,the connector is leftovers from a earplug,the black "hat" is a leftover from a car-battery. In short a very recycled model. :)

      Radera
    2. That's pretty impressive.

      Radera