|T O P I C R E V I E W
||Posted - 06/01/2019 : 08:37:27 AM
Dickens Victorian London Build
|15 L A T E S T R E P L I E S (Newest First)
||Posted - 09/17/2019 : 11:12:42 AM
Thanks very much Louis.
Glad to hear the Jordan jig will help you out. That's the goal with my threads, help anyone else trying to do similar stuff. Just like I am helped by others threads...
||Posted - 09/16/2019 : 8:09:24 PM
Outstanding work Carl, that is a fantastic looking scene, and the structures all look so real. Love the electronics work. Great lighting shot.
Also, when I get to putting together my Jordan Brougham carriage, and buggy, I have put away your ideas on the jigs you made to make life easier. I built the Jordan Old Farm wagons before without any jigs and know how difficult and frustrating it was to do. Thanks for those tips.
||Posted - 09/16/2019 : 7:26:33 PM
Thank you Ted!
||Posted - 09/16/2019 : 3:27:03 PM
||Posted - 09/15/2019 : 5:27:08 PM
Mike S.- Thank you sir- glad to have you along. Thinking about my next project already....
Bob- I don't mind at all- that looks cool!
Kevin- Once again- your too kind. Thank you very much
||Posted - 09/15/2019 : 08:42:41 AM
all the superlatives have already been said, but i gotta say this is the finest diorama i've ever seen.
||Posted - 09/15/2019 : 07:10:10 AM
Carl, Hope you don't mind but I took your wonderful photo and did a quick and dirty
background switch from my old diorama just to see what it would look like with more roofs and
chimneys. It still needs a lot of refinement.
||Posted - 09/14/2019 : 9:24:27 PM
What a wonderful build. I followed along from the start and enjoyed every new post. Thank you for tasking the time to show us how a master builds. I will be watching for your next "project."
||Posted - 09/14/2019 : 7:35:20 PM
Thank you all so much Bill, Jim, Bob S., Walt, Russ, Frank, Gave G., Fred, Greg, Pete, Dave E., Rich, Jeff, Jerry, Martin, Mike and Bob H.!
I am flattered by all your comments, and glad you enjoyed this build.
It certainly helps to have interested followers... to keep the fires burning...
I'd like to build something "a little more modern" next time....
Frank- Great idea on the lid- Now that it's not in my own home- it's the daughters responsibility to keep the dust off!
||Posted - 09/14/2019 : 6:59:13 PM
Fantastic! What a wonderful build. You got the era and the place so right. Just excellent.
||Posted - 09/14/2019 : 4:32:56 PM
Absolutely super, Carl! And fantastic photos as well. This thread is an excellent reference for all kinds of building and finishing techniques. Thank your for your patience and diligence in posting all the photos.
||Posted - 09/14/2019 : 3:59:28 PM
This is a great build Carl!! Love it!
||Posted - 09/14/2019 : 3:07:15 PM
Carl just a wonderful build. A true craftsman!
So with winter coming what's next on your table???
||Posted - 09/14/2019 : 12:02:16 PM
That is an amazing work of art by a master model maker!
Thank you for sharing it.
||Posted - 09/14/2019 : 11:01:28 AM
Your modeling is superb in every bit of its execution, whether it works or goes into the basket, that doesn't matter. By the way, please send me the basket, I'm sure I could use its contents somewhere.
All kidding aside, I'm glad to be of service where I can. I am still amazed with your methods of construction and all of your modeling skills. All of your models are beautiful renditions to behold.
I like the foggy pictures and the last one with the lighting. Spectacular !!