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Ok again I know this isnt exactly 40k scenery(though we could play on it) but I figured some of the long term members here might get a kick out of this. The college Im going to has a model railroad club in which it was asked if we could build a diorama of a picture for an exhibit at the George Eastman House photo museum. For those of you who dont know Eastman is the founder of Kodak film and photo.
Anyway I did the scenery work with some minor assistance here to recreate this photo.
And after some work this is what I was able to create.
So yeah this sucker is on display in Rochester in New York till late December,if you live by come and see it.
Now just imagine a Leman Russ pulling over that hill . . . lol
ON THAT NOTE, Im going to be starting my tutorials again for making dioramas and super detailed scenery. Just have to get a card reader for my computer so I can transfer photos. But dont worry Im still alive and kicking. And still willing to answer any 40k scenery questions and share my knowledge of building things.
Very nice! Just look at all the cover ;-)
For the greater good, my will be done!
Tau- 4k~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Tomb Kings- 2.5k
Thousand Sons- 1850 ~~~~~Night Goblins- 900
I know. I mean a 1940's truck must confer at least a 4+ save to say the least, possibly a 3+. Those things were indestructible.
I'd fly home to PA and drive to NY to see it if you would have been thoughtful enough and at least painted "Shonuff" on a license plate of one of the cars, or even on one of the train boxcars...
Geeze man, think of the rest of us..
lol j/k, Good jub Guant. and hey, if you need a card reader for your PC, and have an open 3.5'' slot in the front I have a 10 in 1 reader (reads 10 different card sizes) sitting in my closet, i'll mail it to you.
hit me up in MSN.
Rome wasn't built in a day, Either should good scenery.
WEll this is 1/72 scale, painting letters is impossible. Whole different game then the 40k scale. But Ill be sure to print out something comical like that for the next project Im doing.
Woah. Very good, man. Very good. I'm very impressed!
Of course, I couldn't break the images of a sentinel ducking out from behind that screen from my head.
Why do you need comments for? its in a museum, only the godlike stuff goes there guant
wow... stunning work