|Gregory Mortara||14/11/2017 11:34:24|
295 forum posts
John that is MASSIVE.... Omg i just realized the size and the scale of the buildings... RUBBLES... RUBBLES and tons of briks..... I love it keep it coming
|Jim F.||14/11/2017 13:20:41|
155 forum posts
This is turning into a very impressive piece with ooodles of potential for going totally over the top with figures, debris and eye catching details.Looking forward to your next update
|Paul Eberle||14/11/2017 14:55:08|
2504 forum posts
A huge undertaking shaping up well. Just the thought of the rubble has my fingers cramping. PaulE
|Steve Jones 12||14/11/2017 17:05:13|
3461 forum posts
Terrific work mate. Don't forget the chimney on the roof for Santa this year. I hope your footings were dug to the correct depth of 1 metre and 600mm wide and that all the damp proofing was put in. You know what these Russian builders are like. You might want to improve the weathering on the Stug - far to clean for my liking
Keep going mate. It's going to be immense.
|joe strenko||14/11/2017 17:11:38|
|521 forum posts|
WOW and double WOW.. impressive work and inspirational. I too didn't realize the size of the buildings until you set them up next to the vehicles and figures. I also cant wait like the others to see the building damage and amount of rubble that's going to be included in this baby. On your way to one SUPER DUPER build Mr Race. Your skills and attention to the details on this one is definitely paying off.
13702 forum posts
Wow and thrice wow. Great progress and an impressive size. All coming together now.
If you get any spare time, in light of the skills shown here, I have a back bedroom which the wife would like papering.
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