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Old Posted Aug 13, 2014, 12:05 AM
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Those are great. That's better than I could probably do with the crown of BoA. My thing is even if I can envision what the facade should look like and what pieces to do it with, I haven't a clue how to put them together to make it structurally sound. I have the mind of an architect. Engineering something like that throws me for a loop.
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Man creates The Simpsons' Springfield.

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I am now on Flickr if anyone would like to follow me and vice versa. You can check out my photostream here.

I'm working on getting some all-new, high-res photos of my MOCs on there, slowly but surely. I may even have a new model to debut once I finish posting the other thirty-two.
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I am now on Flickr if anyone would like to follow me and vice versa. You can check out my photostream here.

I'm working on getting some all-new, high-res photos of my MOCs on there, slowly but surely. I may even have a new model to debut once I finish posting the other thirty-two.
Wow - your stuff is amazing.
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Ahhhh since Brickshelf has been down I havent been able to post my recent buildings. Either way check out my Brooklyn Bridge, NY (1/650 scale) and my Cabrillo Bridge, SD (1/650 scale)
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Brooklyn Bridge, New York City, New York
Cabrillo Bridge, San Diego, California
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