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Author Topic: Street scene in just a foot.
AG

Posts: 141
Post Street scene in just a foot.
on: August 27, 2015,
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Here is a street scene made with scale building.
the interesting thing is this is just a foot long including the alley!

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www.riverleafmodels.us

Proto48Pat-
rick

Posts: 560
Post Re: Street scene in just a foot.
on: August 28, 2015,
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really nice!

Patrick Welch

AG

Posts: 141
Post Re: Street scene in just a foot.
on: August 29, 2015,
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Thank you!

www.riverleafmodels.us

Proto48Pat-
rick

Posts: 560
Post Re: Street scene in just a foot.
on: August 29, 2015,
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I don't want to use Dirk Diggler as my private dick lol

Patrick Welch

AG

Posts: 141
Post Re: Street scene in just a foot.
on: August 29, 2015,
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It is just a fantasy name to make it funny.
Glass are engraved to the customer taste most the time.
AG.

www.riverleafmodels.us

Proto48Pat-
rick

Posts: 560
Post Re: Street scene in just a foot.
on: August 29, 2015,
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that's engraved? wow nice

Patrick Welch

AG

Posts: 141
Post Re: Street scene in just a foot.
on: August 29, 2015,
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Everything you see in the picture is laser engraved an cut.
(except some figures and details)
Andre.

www.riverleafmodels.us

bricklinfi-
xer

Posts: 12
Post Re: Street scene in just a foot.
on: August 16, 2017,
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I really like the older brick structures your using. Gives lots of character to the eye. Colors look great as well. When I built the street scene on my layout I too worked in 1 and 2 foot increments allowing myself to locate appropriate details to help complete the scene before moving to the next section. This is Water Street on the layout.

bricklinfi-
xer

Posts: 12
Post Re: Street scene in just a foot.
on: August 16, 2017,
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Quote from bricklinfixer on August 16, 2017,
I really like the older brick structures your using. Gives lots of character to the eye. Colors look great as well. When I built the street scene on my layout I too worked in 1 and 2 foot increments allowing myself to locate appropriate details to help complete the scene before moving to the next section. This is Water Street on the layout.

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