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    That is amazing mate, it's like watching a movie, you just wanna see what happens next!

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    Thanks Dan, Nick and Tom!
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    Quote by sandgroper View Post
    That is amazing mate, it's like watching a movie, you just wanna see what happens next!
    Thank you!
    Here are a couple more photos from different angles. The stair rail supports are handmade from solid brass and fastened with small nails. I made the lenses in the mask fit so well I did not need to use any glue.
    Ralph.
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    Quote by rbminis View Post
    Thanks Matt!
    For the ones that I spend a lot of time on, I create them in a size that I am able to fit a glass clock dome over them. That also explains the curve of the wall top.
    Ralph.
    Ah, that's a clever idea! Nice way to display them... my grandparents had a nice ornate clock in a glass dome I always used to look at, some nostalgia for me there!

    Mat

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    Good stuff! I hope he wiped his feet before he walked on that lovely floor!

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    Awesome diorama mate, Love the detail. " Check your corners! " lol

    P.S. what is that on top of the MP5, can it be removed?

    Cheers-

    DL

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    Thats a mag lite torch by the look of it, an excellent diorama very expertly made and a clever use of materials, thanks for showing
    dave

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    Thank you all for your compliments!
    @ Darren, I hope it can't be removed, I glued it on!
    Ralph.
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