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 Posted: Sun Jul 17th, 2011 03:27 am
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You have been busy, great scene coming together.

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 Posted: Sun Jul 17th, 2011 12:12 pm
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Ahh Kim,
It makes me laugh everytime (in a good way). Its certainly a signiature style, and I love it. I think its always been your use of colour that makes me feel good about your modelling. Cool little scene, plenty of corners and nooks to get carried away with in the detailing. Always going to find a few spare hours to browse over the scene when its done (despite the small footprint). Thanks for the updates.

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 Posted: Sun Jul 17th, 2011 08:05 pm
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hi dan i cant help it i feel that in the past i have used too much colour ,there was a stage that i was using pure water based designer colours,great range but bright.
a while ago i got a cheap air compressior from ebay and a good quality top feed air brush to knock the top of the colour-i like it.
i use nearly early all water based paints and for the washes either water colours or artist oil paints.for textures oil based pastels that have been turned to dust by rubbing over sand paper then stippled .
all the best kim

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 Posted: Sun Jul 17th, 2011 08:18 pm
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Kim-you need to take a break...so, send this to me for a while and then you can have a vacation to come get it back!
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 Posted: Mon Jul 18th, 2011 03:26 am
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no worries woodie.funny i have just come back from a vacation in the wilds of far north australia.travelling back to north americ is something also on my wish list.
cheers kim

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Kim-OZ is on my wish list...the problem is that if I get there, I probably would stay!

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hi all this is seems to be a good day to catch up,a very wet lazy day here in sydney.
in the last 2 months i have been developing the scene further,muddy water and the track which is all working .my project at the moment is the item that will go under the travelling crane.anyway check out the photoes
cheers kim

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 Posted: Mon Sep 26th, 2011 01:44 pm
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Kim-this looks incredible! How about some more photos, and one of the young lady down by the water..
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hi woodie the module is a lot of fun the track is finished are now slowly building up the scene 3 scenes at is.left middle and right.my latest project is the item under the travelling crane.anyway here is a snap of uncle bill and the back of the middle scene.
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