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Thread: Kentucky Copper Pot Still

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    I have done a bit of work to the still diorama, not a ton but Ill share anyway!


    Picked up a cool lighting circuit that simulates flickering fire. If you haven't already check out Evan Designs, tons of cool lighting circuits and customizable depending on voltage, LED size and various other options. Made a super fancy box to house the battery and switch!


    Timeless Miniatures for the win on tiny glass jars


    That is all for now.......enjoy!!

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    Oh that's wicked cool, love the still

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    Quote Originally Posted by UNGLEWD View Post
    Oh that's wicked cool, love the still
    Thanks, it was pretty fun to build.

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    Still looks great. The copper is awesome.

    Thanks for the Evan's link. Gonna buy some stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShopGTR View Post
    Still looks great. The copper is awesome.

    Thanks for the Evan's link. Gonna buy some stuff.
    Thanks. Yes some pretty cool stuff they make. Cheers!

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    The moonshiners shanty is finally complete.

    A little light and dark brown spray paint to get a good base for the ballast rock. I also did a black and caramel wash over the Mini Building Materials brick to look weathered. Im not very skilled at weathering but you can't learn if you don't try!!
    A little picture of the still in place.

    Cant make shine without some heat. I used some small pieces of wood and stacked them as if i was making a fire, then hit them with my micro torch for a few seconds, a little cotton ball and some LED's; presto!!!

    Time to start adding details!!

    Damn it; who dropped a jar of shine, what a waste!!

    Picked up this Coleman lantern off of Ebay, its a little larger than I would have liked but it works.
    Some firewood and kindling to keep production going!
    Mash barrel in the rear corner houses the batteries for the overhead light and the wood chest houses the batteries for the fire pit.

    All lit up!!

    A little action shot for your viewing pleasure. Its final home will be along the trails at Blackfoot RC Park during events. Just one more cool little detail and photo opportunity.

    Thanks for watching!

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    SO GREAT!

    Love it sir, nicely done.
    SBG OWNER YOUTUBE AXIAL AMBASSADOR GCM TEAM DRIVER VANQUISH KNIGHT CUSTOMS TEAM

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    Quote Originally Posted by imthatguy View Post
    SO GREAT!

    Love it sir, nicely done.
    Thanks Matt

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    Man, that is really cool. Great work.
    If you build it, We will watch!

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