Jordan Peacock

Reaper 80036 Shipping Containers (spray-painted & hand-painted)

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They look great!  I've seen tons of these damn things and yours look like the real deal.  Well done!

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Very realistic, superb work!!

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Excellent work! The lettering detailing takes your already great work on the containers up to a whole other level.

 

And whenever you get your Fall Out table done, make sure to post pics.

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I can't CONTAIN my joy for this project. Well done.

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These came out great. 

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So, which one has the "cargo" we've been waiting on, hua? You know, the white stuff...

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You know, I never thought I'd have to apply the word "WOW" to shipping containers, but....

 

WOW!

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Those printed sides with the white text really sell them!

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Really convincing. For the grime and rust: did you you some kind of weathering effect liquids or is it all just black and orange paint?

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