OH MY GOODNESS!!! You are a Craftsman and an Artist of the highest caliber. I am blown away by your skill and attention to detail. This is museum quality. Somebody -- alert the Smithsonian to create a special spot for this treasure. Ralph
Now, for the difficult part. How, when, what and why.
Please give us some background on your models. What wood, how do you work in such small pieces.
How did you do those mind blowing wheels and chains.
So many questions and so little space to put them. And wellcome to our forum.
But I see being a Tasmanian, doing some thing like this would be a lot easier then for us mere earthlings. having two brains has got to have some advantages. ( sorry, could not resist that one. ) ( local joke )
My genetic background enables me to bend bananas easilly.
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