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Are you sure you didn't sneeze on your monitor, Peter?  :shock:



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We have a very slow connection speed here- when I looked, they hadn't grown .......................:roll::roll::roll:



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I cheated Peter...Growmore was added between posts:lol:



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This area is still to be detailed.




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Realism taken to new heights, brilliant Phil, especially the first one.



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I'm impressed!

Simply Fantsatic!

How in the world did you even get the camera down in there?

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I am lost for words :mrgreen:
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Well observed and superbly executed modelling. I take my hat off to you Phil.



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How in the world did you even get the camera down in there?

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It would have been easy with a small camera, you know the compact ones, I have a 12mp but I didn't want to use it because it has a small lens so I used my Canon 40 D with a 28 x 70 lens, it just squashed into the area but focusing etc was difficult.

I've just realized that there's a cup in the background of picture 1 :shock:

It's got to be a Photoshop job me thinks, I'm not going through that camera stuff again :roll:



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That's better, no cup or red tube of glue :lol:

 




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From a different angle, all this area needs detailing :shock:

 




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I really like your weathering Phil, maybe some day you can explain how you do it? What really caught my eye is the blending and how smooth it looks.

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Wayne, the trick is to use a limited palette and spread the colours throughout the scene and with no abrupt changes.

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Tremendous modelling in every respect; well done.

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Phil.c wrote:
Wayne, the trick is to use a limited palette with no abrupt changes.
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No abrupt changes, yep, that's my problem!

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Ride with the tide and go with the flow :lol:



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What a difference a backscene makes...a Christmas present to myself :lol:

About 28' in total, a bit of a nightmare to install though especially with the sloping cieling and having to lean over everything with the wide part.

 

Pictures 3 and 7 were Photoshopped in the corner.

 

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