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Old 09-12-2012, 08:57 PM
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this is so cool i love the little stuff running around there you go for wheeln' and the wife goes to take pics of the wildlife but in scale form
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Old 09-12-2012, 10:08 PM
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Congrats on the article and video posted over at modeljunyard. Awesome write up and great promotion of your park as well as scalers in general.
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Old 09-13-2012, 08:29 AM
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Thanks Barry, I assume you'll be over this weekend?

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this is so cool i love the little stuff running around there you go for wheeln' and the wife goes to take pics of the wildlife but in scale form
Thanks, Wildlife & pics are all me. Wife just shakes her head... but she does put up with it. That's good enough for me.

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Congrats on the article and video posted over at modeljunyard. Awesome write up and great promotion of your park as well as scalers in general.
Thanks! Yea, Seb did a really good article I thought. I've really picked up a lot from them. Looking at the project as a "diorama" rather than a course. It's both for me but I've learned a lot from their photography & get a lot of ideas from their books. I plan to incorporate the gas pump into my next building, the trading outpost, which I need to post an update of.... stand by. .
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Old 09-14-2012, 06:48 PM
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Congrats over at model junkyard. Iggy and seb do some killer modeling, it's always great to see a fellow scaler get some reviews on something other than bolt on parts. Keep the building and track going.

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Ditto on the congrats, I just got done reading. Great exposure for you and the sport.
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Ohh you know I'll be there!

Plus I have a surprise for ya.

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Old 09-15-2012, 07:35 AM
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Congrats over at model junkyard. Iggy and seb do some killer modeling, it's always great to see a fellow scaler get some reviews on something other than bolt on parts. Keep the building and track going.

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Thanks Dan, Yea I was very honored to see my stuff on modeljunkyard.com. Iggy and Seb are incredible modlers. I plan to build their gas pump this winter for a project I'm working on.

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Ditto on the congrats, I just got done reading. Great exposure for you and the sport.
Thanks Red, I know you and Ed are big fans & know their work. So, I know I'm repeating myself, but it was quite an honor to be featured there. I contacted RCDriver & solicited coverage there & I had been emailing Seb on various things over the last couple of years & when they started featuring reader's stuff, I was hesitant probably because of the "I'm not worthy" syndrom but when he asked, I was flattered to say the least.

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Plus I have a surprise for ya.

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Good, Polly can't wait to see you.

Surprise?? I love surprises.

Something tells me it's RC but not a crawler....

Homemade cookies??
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Old 09-17-2012, 09:02 AM
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Better than cookies... Barry brought me a little Pro-Line goodie:



I got all kinds of ideas for this...
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Old 09-19-2012, 09:13 AM
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New Video by Sellenk. He does all his own metal work, pretty cool, scratch built chassis, exo cage, leafs, etc.

Wrecker, 2.2 & chevy truck are his.

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Old 09-24-2012, 03:34 PM
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Had a great weekend playin' with my kids. Video soon as I can.















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Really nice pics DW! I really like the setup on that, I believe it's a tree stump, the small bridge and tree in the center make it look like a look out point off of a high way almost.
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Old 09-25-2012, 03:54 PM
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Really nice pics DW! I really like the setup on that, I believe it's a tree stump, the small bridge and tree in the center make it look like a look out point off of a high way almost.
Thanks Ed! Yea that stump is going to be burned this winter & I want to build a castle there.
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Shot some video with my boys this past weekend. My camera isn't that good & I see a gopro in my future.

But this is my 7 year old, Max driving the TF2 & Gelande, Me on the Honcho & Highlift & my 5 year old joining us on with the Honcho in the last frame.

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Dude! I'd build the castle right on the stump! It has a nice drop off on the right side and you could draw bridge where the longer bridge is at now! Either way still sweet!
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Dude! I'd build the castle right on the stump! It has a nice drop off on the right side and you could draw bridge where the longer bridge is at now! Either way still sweet!
Great minds think alike. That's what I plan to do, only the stump is too rotten to build on. I'm going to burn it out & build it back up with stone & pour concreate in the center to create a permanant flat surface to build from.

And some sort of stone bridge will replace that long flat preasure treated one. Often when I'm making buildings & posting them here, I feel like I'm building doll houses & posting on a scale truck forum. So the castle idea is exciting because I can integrate stone surfaced roads and bridges to tie into it.

Also working on some figures for Holloween purposes.... more later, but it won't be this holloween.

I hope to create my stone block molds by Christmas & pour concrete blocks all through the winter & start building it in the spring.

Unlike my other builds, this one will have to be built outside.
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