Minidiorama

zdrada69 Apr 16, 2019

  1. John Bartolotto

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    Nicely done! Where did you get these barges from?

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    Both barges...
    I plan to place them on the diorama paralel - next to each other:

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  4. Kurt Moose

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    Wow, those are awesome!

    Great job on the details!(y)
     
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  5. CNE1899

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    Pawel,
    Soooo nice especially side by side!

    Scott
     
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  6. zdrada69

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    Thank you for your comments.

    Some time ago I got Artitect tug from @John Bartolotto. I try to match it with existing photos. After some "up-grade" od this model I have another unique item - closer to zctuall prototype - to be placed on the diorama

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  7. Kurt Moose

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    Wow, nicely done boat!(y)
     
  8. John Bartolotto

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  9. CNE1899

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    Pawel,

    Very nice kit bashing! can we see what the original looked like?
    Scott
     
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    I got one more photo of "Kolektura" business in 30-ties.

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    Based on this photo I was able to add some detailes to the building which is already placed on the diorama.

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    I also added blue plates with road names.

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  12. John Bartolotto

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    Pawel, love the street signs, which are very difficult to print clearly and cut out because they are so small, but you did a great job! John
     
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  13. zdrada69

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    Next barge. There will be two of this type. They are sligtly modified 3D Shapeways models.

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  14. CNE1899

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    Pawel,

    Street signs turned out very nice, those little details make the diorama.
    The barge looks good! What is the brown material?

    Scott
     
  15. zdrada69

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    Brown material is pressboard: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pressboard
     
  16. zdrada69

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    I got 3D printed barrels from Shapeways to be added to the Likwowin wine producing company yard.
    Horse and carriage are also 3D printed. They are very fragile - I plan to fix them at the end of my work on this diorama.

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  17. John Bartolotto

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    Thank you John.

    A friend from Polish forum suggested that this carrage should have two horses. I accepted the challenge ! Some surgery, some construction work and additional Preiser horse:

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    All parts were assamblied and some details added:

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  19. JoeS

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    That really is some fun modeling! It really gives a sense of time and character to the scene.
     
  20. bostonjim

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    Nicely done, Pawel. You have captured the feel of the photographs. Two horses look better. That's a lot of beer for one horse to pull. Did you reposition one of the horse's head? Jim
     

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