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Spot The Difference with these Scale Models

See if you can spot the 9 differences in these two pictures of scale model people and houses. Add your answers using the COMMENTS link directly below this posing.

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7 Responses to Spot The Difference with these Scale Models

  • Tim Hemplemansays:

    the garage door on the bottom left houses hastwo rows of windows, whereas the other picture on ly has one

  • Ompasays:

    Hey I got the nine. But I ain’t telling. Nice job. Love these.

  • Carl Branninsays:

    The guy next to the ladder is missing
    The animal on the far right next to the tree is missing.
    The tree at the top row behind the second house is missing.
    No window on the side of the first house top row of houses.
    Same house no shutters on that same side of the house.
    No chimney on the third house far right middle row.
    Two sets of windows on the garage of the first house bottom row.
    Something on the roof of the first house bottom row.
    Door on the third house bottom row is missing a window.

  • Gene Godboldsays:

    bottom left house brown stain roof porch
    brown garage door windows
    man next to latter
    raccoon? next to green house
    tan house window
    red house drive way
    white house chimney
    green house window front door
    middle top house tree

  • Lionel Perumalsays:

    1. Tree missing behind the house with the red roof.
    2. Window missing on the side of the creme/beige house.
    3. Chimney missing on the white house/grey roof.
    4. Driveway missing on the red house.
    5. Assistant holding the ladder is missing
    6.Gutter missing on the verandah roof, brown/light blue house
    7. Driveway door missing 1 row of window/vents
    8. Animal missing next to green house
    9. Front door window/glass missing on green house.

  • Msays:

    Tree missing behind top center house
    Men on ladder, one missing
    Bottom left house, brown mark (?) on porch roof missing
    Same house, windows in garage door missing
    Center house on right, chimney missing
    Bottom house right hand side, window missing from door
    Top row center house tree missing behind it
    Animal(?)between bottom right house and tree missing
    Blowed if I could find the last one.

  • Larrysays:

    tree at top house is missing

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