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Old 02-12-2012, 03:30 PM
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Default Realistic setting in a quarry

If you get chance just have a squiz at this link, the boy has done the bollox of a job of it

French quarry in 1:50th

even brake lights on the dumper are on during the evening
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Absolutely amazing, worth the time it takes to see the detail this guy has gone to make it like like.. Well done to him.. some patience indeed.
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That is quite incredible. I wonder how many hours he has put into that and I reckon a good few Euros with it.
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This seems to me like an piece of Art. Definitively worth the time to create something like this as the final result. Made my day. cheap trucks for sale
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Default Re: Realistic setting in a quarry

Put a few faces on them machines and you got a new tv program to rival thomas the tank engine.
Will admit as amazing as that is i think i would rather spend my time watching tv
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Default Re: Realistic setting in a quarry

Definitely an expert modeller there if not a professional one. I'll have to start working on my model railroad again soon I've been modelling a large quarry with screening and crushing equipment. Here's a preview of one part.





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