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06-29-10 08:09 PM
ARMORMAN
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Originally Posted by Dave T Hobbit View Post
Truly amazing.

How do you store/display it? Even if I had the time to try that I have nowhere to safely keep it; the models are taking over as it is.
I haven't figured it out yet as I just finished (errr....finished being a relative term) it this last week. Right now it is sitting on my worktable until I decide what to do with it.
06-29-10 09:58 AM
nocturnalK Great work, with skills like that you could make any model or terrain you wish :D +rep
06-29-10 09:39 AM
Dave T Hobbit Truly amazing.

How do you store/display it? Even if I had the time to try that I have nowhere to safely keep it; the models are taking over as it is.
06-29-10 08:30 AM
ARMORMAN My work schedule is kind of nuts this week, but I'll see what I can do.
06-29-10 01:44 AM
Salio
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Sailo,

What would you like to see better?
Some closer pics of the tree/roots would be nice, as well as some of the building. But like I said earlier, amazing job!
06-29-10 12:07 AM
chromedog And this is why "papercraft" can't be dismissed out of hand.
(any more than normal painting can be. For every ham-fisted 2 year old, there is a Renoir or Gauguin of papercraft).

+rep. You've earned it.
06-28-10 11:29 PM
fatmantis it is always amazing to see what people with great talent can do +rep
06-28-10 11:19 PM
Progodon Very cool! +1 rep
06-28-10 10:30 PM
ARMORMAN Sailo,

What would you like to see better?
06-28-10 10:26 PM
shaantitus Outstanding.
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