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That guy is a maniac. The break down of pieces in the container lift is amazing. It lights up too, and he got bored before doing movement of the crane.

 

Then he built an awesome apartment tower with a lighted LED sign and a lot of little details. You need to go to the Infinity English forums, then Arcologies subforum, then look for the Neo Shanghai thread. Pure Awesome.

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The Figure Painter Magazine guy's Maulifaux board is pretty cool too. 

He always has a how-to on what he did, and uses LCDs and all kinds of cool stuff!

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Does anyone know what happened to that really nice dumpster they previewed during their 4th kickstarter? It had two sliding panels on the side and also opened from the top. I was planning on getting a few but it seems to have disappeared. 

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I have actually finished that diorama with the dumpster, it was tribute to Lemmy ( Frontman of Motörhead who died 28th December 2015).

Now realised I never told you guys in this thread.

You might already have seen it in the Show Off.

 

But anyway here it is again.

 

And I would love to see the new version, maybe it will be a Power Up in Bones IV?

 

http://forum.reapermini.com/index.php?/topic/69093-angel-city-diorama-by-glitterwolf-tribute-to-lemmy/&/topic/69093-angel-city-diorama-by-xherman1964-tribute-to-lemmy/?hl=%2Bangel%2B%2Bcity

 

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