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KWSTAS 11-27-2016 05:13 PM

Industrial Decay N scale
 
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This dio started as a base for 2 of my freight cars and it evolved at the proccess. Won a gold and best civilian at Karditsa Scale Model Show
and a silver at IPMS Nationals Masterclass. More images and S.B.S. in my blog. Thanks for your time.


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Jim NCC1701A 11-28-2016 02:58 AM

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Wow. That's nice work.

Kremin 11-28-2016 03:32 AM

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Love stuff like this, like a moment in time captured

Raytheon 11-28-2016 10:40 AM

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That is a fuckin' top notch little piece right there!
Mind you, I never realised just how little until noticing the AA battery in the first thumbnail shot :D

It's a peach and therefore well deserved on the award, congrats and very nicely done.

KWSTAS 11-29-2016 12:43 PM

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Thanks fellas. I 'm a fun of small scale.

Neb 11-29-2016 03:39 PM

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Us Greeks sure love our scale modeling, eh? :D

Beautiful work--- a lesson in weathering! :hail:

KWSTAS 11-30-2016 12:36 PM

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Thanks man.I didn't know your are a Greek.
A lot of talented persons here.

SCI-FI 11-30-2016 03:13 PM

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Holy cow, that's fantastic.
Great job-

Neb 11-30-2016 03:52 PM

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Originally Posted by KWSTAS (Post 290925)
Thanks man.I didn't know your are a Greek.
A lot of talented persons here.

Dad was Greek and Mom Italian. :)

My grandfather was born in Kiaton in the Peloponese islands. Sadly, I never knew him as he died when my Dad was 2yrs old.

The running joke is that since my Grandfather was really Peloponese since Greece hadn't annexed the islands yet. So I used to tell the ladies I was Peloponesian because it sounded more "exotic". :laughing6:

Chief D.D. Maxwell 12-02-2016 09:35 AM

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Excellent work Sir! There is an old Coca Cola distribution center not to far from me that looks very similar in appearance as it is brick as well. The logo painted on its wall looks exactly like yours due to aging!

Bravo! :thumbsup:

KWSTAS 12-03-2016 03:18 PM

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Quote:

Originally Posted by Neb (Post 290931)
Dad was Greek and Mom Italian. :)

My grandfather was born in Kiaton in the Peloponese islands. Sadly, I never knew him as he died when my Dad was 2yrs old.

The running joke is that since my Grandfather was really Peloponese since Greece hadn't annexed the islands yet. So I used to tell the ladies I was Peloponesian because it sounded more "exotic". :laughing6:

Cool. Peloponissos is not exactly an island. It just separated from
the rest of inland Greece with the creation of Isthmos canal. :icon_salut:

Quote:

Originally Posted by Chief D.D. Maxwell (Post 290940)
Excellent work Sir! There is an old Coca Cola distribution center not to far from me that looks very similar in appearance as it is brick as well. The logo painted on its wall looks exactly like yours due to aging!

Bravo! :thumbsup:

Thanks a lot. I always try to recreate the feel of the photos that I 'm studying.


To be honest, I was expecting something more for that dio at the IPMS contest,
instead of a plain silver. Nevertheless the judges didn't give me any convincing
excuse for that, when I asked them. Anyway, life goes on.


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