Work of Alan Terry
Gary customized his build-up substantially. He made new railings, replaced the bulbs by glass ones, added brass tacks on the console and chair and a crystal from an earring at the tip of the lever. He then made a simple version of the Tantalus box in which to display it.
unclear just when Jesse Malero completed his build-up but there
is an effect of a warm patina on his model that makes it look
like it’s a hundred years old !
Harris made his build-up of the Alan Terry kit only three years
ago, in 2004. He put a lot of effort into refining and finishing
each part and added a lot of detailing - including new railings
made out of brass. He then had his friend Vince Winskunas make
a Tantalus especially for it. (Vince’s work will be the subject
of an upcoming article.)
Bruce Horton is on a mission. He wants to honor the work of pioneer Alan Terry. Therefore, he exclusively makes build-ups from original vintage ATL kits that he finds. He only started in 2006 but has already built three to date and, for each, he creates an original diorama. The first diorama pictured here features a bookcase evoking the one in the movie where George took those enigmatic three books. The second one evokes George’s writing desk.
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