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DIORAMA TITLE...OUTLAW BIKER PHOTOSHOOT

 

PROJECT DATA...This is a (28mm) diorama that I am working on...based on an actual photoshoot I did for Outlaw Biker magazine for the (100 Anniversary Issue). The magazine flew in Rhonda Shear (NYC late night TV hostess) for me to shoot for the cover and inside photo layout.

 

PHOTO # 1...Old biker clubhouse from the front (completely scratch built)...

 

PHOTO # 2...Looking through front window at pool table inside...

 

PHOTO # 3...Left side of clubhouse (completely scratch built)...

 

PHOTO # 4...Right side of clubhouse (completely scratch built)...

 

PHOTO # 5...Assorted racks that will be in the front and on both sides of the clubhouse...plus biker sign...

 

PHOTO # 6...Photo shoot props (rack with free magazines/SLR camera w/power source/public photo shoot notice w/reflector boards in back)...

 

PHOTO # 7...Closeup of free magazine copy...

 

PHOTO # 8...Photo of actual (100 Anniversary Issue)...this is the shot the magazine selected for the cover (from my shooting)...

 

PHOTO # 9...This is a photo of the beautiful Rhonda Shear and Outlaw (aka: Paul (Catdancer)...shot by 2nd camera photographer (J. Singer)...

 

I am about half way finished on this piece...still have a few items to build...Once done; I can start work and painting on the Reaper figures that I will use in this diorama.

 

Hope you like it so far.

 

Paul (Catdancer)

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This is greatstuff Paul. Such a change from the projects that you've recently posted that I had to do a bit of a double take. :;):

 

It's always fun to go through your posts and checkout all the little details, and this is no exception. A lot of real nice touches tucked away on that building.

 

Also glad to see you were able to post a pic of yourself. Make sure to add it to your post in the pictures of forum members thread.

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This is greatstuff Paul. Such a change from the projects that you've recently posted that I had to do a bit of a double take. :;):

 

It's always fun to go through your posts and checkout all the little details, and this is no exception. A lot of real nice touches tucked away on that building.

 

Also glad to see you were able to post a pic of yourself. Make sure to add it to your post in the pictures of forum members thread.

Hi Darsc...Thanks, as always for your comments on my project(s)...as you know...I always look forward to and appreciate your feedback...As far as a/my picture on (pictures of forum members)...I don't know how to do that...but I did edit my posting there...for anyone interested in seeing a photo of (Outlaw...aka: Paul (Catdancer)...to check out this (WIP) posting.

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Sorry Catdancer. I looked at how you post photos, but it's different from how I do it. I post from my smartphone and use a photobucket account to host my photos online, so I just cut and paste the links.

 

I'm not computer savy enough to help you with yours. ::(:

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Hey Cat, I remember Rhonda, use to watch her in the late 90's on USA network Up All Night With Rhonda  Shear.

Hi Grimreaper...Yep! That's the lady!...I'm so glad to find some of the older members who remember Rhonda. Like I said, she was a darling to work with (shoot)...both for the biker magazine and the adult men's magazines.

 

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Sorry Catdancer. I looked at how you post photos, but it's different from how I do it. I post from my smartphone and use a photobucket account to host my photos online, so I just cut and paste the links.

 

I'm not computer savy enough to help you with yours. ::(:

No problem Darsc...if anyone is interested in my photo...I have it covered with this posting.

 

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Hey Cat, I remember Rhonda, use to watch her in the late 90's on USA network Up All Night With Rhonda  Shear.

Hi Grimreaper...Yep! That's the lady!...I'm so glad to find some of the older members who remember Rhonda. Like I said, she was a darling to work with (shoot)...both for the biker magazine and the adult men's magazines.

 

Paul (Catdancer)

 

And she was a funny person too. Use to love watching the old b movies

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