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Monday, 18 February 2013

Clean-up on Aisle Four




As promised here's the inside of my SuperDuperMart.
From top-left going clockwise:
In the top left corner is a toilet, then an office followed by the main storage area, all at the back of the building. Though not obvious on this view, the right wall of the storage area has the shuttered door.
Following on  to the guts of the building is the sales floor, with my fruit and veg stall from a previous post. The front door can also be seen here.
The two adjacent shelving units contain various products before we come to the tills and the exit.
After the tills there is a small frozen food section and finally the cheese and meat deli -type counter.
To the left of the deli area is the employees entrance.
"Aisle four" would be the far one.
Here are some more closer views  of the various shelves in the body of the store.
"Drinks Shelves"
"Frozen Foods"
I think most of the photographs are self explanatory
"Deli Counter"
The various signs and posters to be seen around the store were mostly gleaned from the interweb.
 The left-hand poster is entitled "Cheeses of the World" though it is really difficult to make out when it's been reduced to such a small size.
Checkout
Toilet
The tills were printed card models, but I can't recall where from whilst the counter and most everything else in the store was scratch built.
Office  

Both the toilet and the office have had posters added and the toilet has rubbish in one corner (a newspaper).

 The rear of the storeroom , showing the roof access ladder and the storage door.











View from office to storage door.


That's it for this week, I hope the wait to see the inside of the store was worth it for you.

Finally let me welcome my latest follower to my blog "Grigork" and as always, comments are both welcomed and appreciated.


44 comments:

  1. That is just pure WIN! Superb I love all of it I really can't pick one bit that Isn't just awesome.

    Well done mate.

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    1. Thanks Brummie, it's bit to rough and ready in places for me.

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  2. This is just amazing! I love the detail you put into all of this. Quite inspiring! Well done indeed!!!

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    1. Thanks LS, I wanted to put a lot more into this than I did, put I was really bored with this project.

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  3. Wow, just wow! As I speed scrolled down the first time, last 2 picks looked like a real thing. Once I get to build my interior, I'll make sure I shamelessly copy some of that! :D

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  4. Wow thats fantastic, well worth the wait.
    Im looking forward to your next build

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    1. Unfortunately, my next builds are mere shells.

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  5. Those are all individual tins, bottles, packets &c, right? I cannot begin to imagine the amount of work needed for that level of detail!

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    1. tins and bottles are indeed individually made, a bottle took about 5 mins to make. the tins came "ready made" so to speak.

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    1. Thanks ray, at times it did indeed seem like work.

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  7. That is bloody fsntastic. So impressed, I could examine it for hours. Hoe'd you get the individuality of the bottles etc?

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    1. Thanks Irqan, bottles all made individually from BBQ skewers, tins from filters and the major part of the packaging is scored foamboard. Deli produce is all off-cuts of cork.
      I'll devote next week's blog to the making of the bits and pieces of the model.

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  8. Possibly the biggest compliment I can pay you is this, Joe - I want to game in there! Absolutely fabulous build. There is just so much to admire about this model.

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    1. Thanks Bryan, your compliment means a lot.

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  9. Great inside and great building! Well done!

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  10. Excellent! Very colorful and would be a treat to have in a game.

    Well done, sir!

    Sapper

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    1. Thanks SJ, I suspect it will feature in many games.

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  11. Dude this is simply amazing.
    Love every inch of it. Excellent details.

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    1. Thanks Oli, it really wasn't that difficult,I hope it inspires others.

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  12. You have done really well Joe the mart looks soooo good, with so much detail, WOW job well done.

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  13. Joe ... what can I say? I am in awe of the patience that you must have to be able to individually create all those packets, bottles, tins, shelves, counters, clear deli counter covers(wow!) and all the other bits.

    I hope you are righteously proud of the wonderful game scape that you have created here. I have to go now, as I don't think I'm worthy of looking at this superb model

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    1. Colin, you make me blush, most of the packeges etc are scrap bits.

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    2. It doesn't matter if they are made of scrap! They still look great, and even more kudos to you - IMO - for the ability to convert scrap into excellent looking props! Well done sir!

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  14. You sir have just blown me away! That is some incredible detail which must have too AGES to do. It puts all the PDF buildings to shame! It really does look so much better with individual items on the real shelves! Again, amazing work, it really is the best supermarket I've seen :)

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    1. Thanks Rovanite, the detailing of the packages etc.only took a long time because of the sheer boredom in doing them.

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  15. amazing detail, you inspire me!

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  16. Wow!!! Simply outstanding work Joe....
    Really well done....

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  17. Judas Priest! That is ridiculously great work. Frozen foods, graphs on the office wall, it's unbelievable.

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    1. Thanks BF, I did have plans for some more detailing, but boredom set in.

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  18. Just saw your most recent post
    and thought I'd stop here as
    well. Wow, wow, wow. Great stuff.

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