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Well, geez....

May 9 2002 at 5:18 AM
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Response to Why no superdetailed tanks in dioramas?

...this is ironic. As a diorama builder I sometimes wonder if all the "super detailing" that most of us do gets the same attention as the single vehicle builders. By super detailing, do you mean the major scratch-building that Lynn Kessler did on his LVT, or that Rhodes Williams did on the Panther from last year? Heck, even my humble Shermans had quite a bit of tweaking to get them to the point where I would put them on the table. I think if you look carefully you'll see major effort put into every vehicle, as well as the figures, groundwork, etc. Maybe with all the stuff happening in a diorama the detail isn't jumping-out at the viewer, but it's there.

Regards,
Barry

 
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