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Haven't posted in awhile because I've been in a creative lull even though I have loads of time on my hands right now. I had tried to get myself going again over on the WPF thread using the oil dealer scene I had left off on last I modeled. It occurred to me that I should also make note of my progress here on my blog too as I use it as my normal repository for all things "Black N' Blue".
I'm going to post the same pics here as there to start of with so please forgive the duplication if you've already seem them but I feel like I can go into a little more detail about the scene here.
I hit upon the name Richland Oil because it's in the decals for the Walthers kit which makes signage easier but also because, by happy coincidence, Richland happens to be the name of the small town here in Georgia where my late mother was born and raised. Here's the first two pics showing progress from where I had left off till now. More to come...
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