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GODZILLA!!!!!!! Just kidding. Nice work on the street scene and models. I really like that color/weathering affects on the roadway.


Gandy Dancer
Right? From the content advisory: "Dead Alive, albeit played mostly for laughs, is horrifically gory. It's more then enough to turn you off of eating for the next week. It's often been regarded as the, or one of the, most gory films ever made, and it earns the title."


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I like seeing the model sets from the movies. That would be a fun job if I had ever thought of it way back and they had more of a need then.



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I'll have to send the link for that movie to my wife, she likes watching "The Walking Dead". That picture looked a bit like Chet's main street.

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