The Imperial Shipyards
Imperial Creative Engineering => Dioramas => Topic started by: CustomCreator on March 29, 2017, 06:40:49 PM
Spending over 10 years in local bands, one thing that always sticks in my head was the back alley load in area of a local club that is long gone. Although this will not be a replication of that exact load in door, it will be a tribute to all the band's that have spent many nights lugging gear though always seemingly wet, damp, back alley doors...
Looking forward to seeing this completed and being a bouncer years and years ago I remember the black walls ah the memories LOL.
Seems like a fun one to me. Off to share.
Some progress made tonight. It's not perfect, but a lot of the bricks will be hidden with pipes, posters, etc.
Also added a Facebook video after spackling it under Jamie Lambert
Looks good to me. Off to share.
Nice and quick progress! Brick wall buildings are tough and a lot of work to recreate as model. You've done a great job so far! Can't wait to see it finished!
It's a very nice tribute to your past and all the talented musicians!
Looking excellent mate and you did an excellent job on the brick wall.
Everyone who knows me, knows my slogan is "the devil is in the details." Even the unplanned ones.....
Pretty nice if you ask me. Some outstanding work on the mortar between the bricks. Off to share.
Really cool indeed! I like the eye for detail!
Stickers didn't come out as good as I hoped, but they should be ok for pictures.
I think they look great! Off to share the latest.
Stickers are fine! Besides, it ain't the newest or cleanest venue. Bound to be some wear and tear.
Have to agree with the boys mate those stickers look excellent for a Alley way entrance.
Nice to have it "grounded"
Sorry for the double posts, but I am pretty damn proud of these shots and the work I did this afternoon. So much fun making cigarette butts!
Very nice. Off to share.
Decided to redo the door as I wasn't really happy with the first one. Used the "salt technique" and some Tamiya weathering kit dust to make some rusty spots. Started adding the stickers too!
This hole is filled with clear paint, but the photo makes it seem like it's just the bottom. The cigarettes are submerged fully.
Awesome detailing mate.
I agree, wow. Off to share.
Stunning work ! The detail has me in awe!
This is amazing. I love the cigarette butts scattered about. Your attention to detail never disappoints.
Wow, thanks everyone!
Started playing with electronics tonight! Going for two old "spotlights" on each side, and one overhead door. Trial run is pictured. Shade still needs weathering.
This shot is with one of those book lights from Dollar Tree that everyone uses. Trying to be a bit more original, but damn, they are handy...lol
Shot of progress so far
Wow, the lights kicked it up another notch. Off to share.
Awesome work mate and totally agree the light just kicked it up another notch for sure.
I have to apologize publicly that in my haste to get my web work done yesterday morning I put the wrong artist in the title. I have since corrected that. Sorry Custom Creator!