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More Building Fronts
Bill Sherry
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posted Mar 25, 2014: 

Had a chance over the winter to work on more building fronts. Need to cover a stretch so need a few. Still have to add lights in some and add some details. One is finished off as a furniture store, another will be clothing, bicycles, etc.

Goldblatts will be high end clothing.















I added the Miller Engineering Westinghouse sign to the front - cut a slit in the building to get the connection through to the circuit board. Then built a little frame out of U channel plastic.



This one needs help - a tad bland. Did add two lights at entrance. Need a building number and break up all those windows.



The furniture store.


Another pic with the lights on - horible picture - should stick to my day job.















A shot with some of them in place. Have a few more started but still have to frame them out etc.
 
JohnBoy
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posted Mar 26, 2014: 

Looking great Bill! Got any close-ups of the furniture store? Looks like some fun stuff in there...

Please keep us updated. I bet this will look really interesting in a night scene too.

John
 
Bill Sherry
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posted Mar 28, 2014: 

Thanks John. I tried again and got a better pic from the back of the store. The wood unfinished pieces were laser kits I had to assemble. The hardest was the roll top desk that is right at the front door on ground level. You can't see from the back but it does have all those little compartments you can put letters in etc. I can't tell you how many times the thing almost flew across the room.

 
JohnBoy
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posted Mar 29, 2014: 

Lol yeah I bet! That's super-cool though, all those details. Things like that really make your stuff "pop". Looks great.
 
Bill Sherry
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posted Mar 29, 2014: 

Appreciate the kind words. Thank you.
 
Mark Boyce
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posted Jun 13, 2014: 

Bill,
Your building fronts look good. The interior of the furniture store is great. Have you done any other interiors.
 



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