Grzegorz Ludwiczek posted pictures from Naklo Slaskie 2018, an exhibition held in southern Poland. The models depicted below include two train stations and two residences.
Andrea Valentini completed a WWII diorama of a train station, set in 1944. The scene features a train shed, a few trains, and military vehicles.
Paradise is within reach at the lighthouse's cove. The model, designed by Bricky_Brick, features four levels of games, food, and fun.
Allan Corbeil brings us an incredibly gritty rendition of an abandoned Red Rocket truck stop from the video game Fallout 4. Though perfectly capturing the retro futuristic look of the originally building, the best parts are the decayed details sprinkled throughout, such as the broken glass in the windows and using the bottom of bricks … Continue reading Red Rocket
During the 1960's AGIP was the most important gas company in Italy. Norton74 recreated the classic gas station, complete with a light truck, vespas, and the infamous six-legged dog logo.
While the focus of Anakin Skywalker 2012's model is the Hong Kong Star Ferry, I would like everyone to take a moment and appreciate the skyline in the background. Such famed buildings as the International Commerce Center and HSBC Headquarters are constructed with great techniques.
Da Silva rendered the beautiful 25 de Abril Bridge, located in Lisbon, Portugal. The 776 piece model uses fence elements to create the appearance of trusses. The bridge is also located near the larger than life Christ the King statue.
Arjan Oude Kotte posted photos of their shipyard, as part of a larger harbor layout. The "spilled" water technique adds to an already wonderful, detailed model.
dbevins built a very underrated train station, one that deserves much more attention. The facade is beautifully crafted in historic fashion, and the roof can be removed for interior play. Click below the images to see a video walk through. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bAPyGcVI7QI&feature=youtu.be
It's not often that I get a chance to blog a Miniland scale model! Ralph Savelsberg built a Classic Car Garage, inspired from the light blue Pontiac Bonneville. The model includes several classic cars, Miniland figs, and a removable roof.