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After 20 years, finally I have a new workbench, expect to create new models in this place
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Craig Abrahamson said on February 27, 2017
Nice setup…now ya gotta “dirty it up” and make it UN-organized so it LOOKS like a ‘work bench’. LOL
Anthony Alvear said on February 28, 2017
And thank you also for your words. Craig.
Jeff Bailey said on February 27, 2017
I see you like ships! Those carriers are awesome, Anthony! Music, too. Better keep you cats (that make your house a home) out of this room, though – at least until it (they) understand NOT to jump up on things! Very nice. I agree with Craig – now you need to “dirty it up” some. Gives it that “lived-in and loved” look!
I like very much the ships, the aircraft carriers are in process of improvements with sets of photoetch……… my cat is calm, she does not jump on the models.
The time will dirty the place, thanks and regards.
George Williams said on February 28, 2017
Looks neat, what’s going to be the first model to be completed off this nice new bench?
I don’t know, maybe a Super valkyrie 1/48 Hasegawa of the Macross tv serie, or maybe the Heavy Cruiser Uss Indianapolis from Trumpeter 1/350.
Greg Kittinger said on February 28, 2017
Looks like a great space for inspiration! Looking forward to seeing what comes out of it…
Thank you, I hope many models do in the following next years…
Simon Whitney said on February 28, 2017
Well you got yourself a new bench.
Looks like its time for some serious modelling .
yeah, I hope so….thank you.
Robert Royes said on February 28, 2017
I’m envious, looks nice, is that the old Saratoga in photo 1 ?
Thanks Roberts, …No, the model is USS Lexington 1/350 from Trumpeter, regards.
Michel Verschuere said on February 28, 2017
I like it! It’s important to have such an “escape capsule” as a modeler. Good luck with it and happy modelling Anthony!
Thank you very mucho Michel..
George Henderson said on March 4, 2017
Love to see others work areas. Mine is buried under paint bottles and tools
Anthony Alvear said on March 14, 2017
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