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 Posted: Sat Nov 19th, 2011 09:25 am
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thanks guys,
this diorama is 22' long  x ( 36'' - 48" ) deep




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 Posted: Sat Nov 19th, 2011 09:37 am
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I especially like the mossy roof, something we don't see very often.[url=javascript:emoticon(':old%20dude:',%20'images/emoticons/gerg.gif')]document.write('[/url]');



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hey thanks pipopak,
lotsa moss in the cascades



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Randy, I think you have really captured the look, THE MOOD-of deep, damp forrests and the little railroads that ran through them.

GREAT WORK!:thumb:



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UNCLE BOB wrote: Randy, I think you have really captured the look, THE MOOD-of deep, damp forrests and the little railroads that ran through them.

GREAT WORK!:thumb:


Hey thanks Uncle Bob, modeling the Pacific Northwest Cascades has been the most fun of all the modeling I've done over my 25 yrs. in the hobby.

I look forward to my project endeavers to get better and better,my next diorama is well underway, heres a link for those who'd enjoy following along,

http://www.railroad-line.com/forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=34727



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Randy,

Checked out your new section, And again Outstanding Work!!!

Glad to see your using (FROCK ROCK). what will you use for water in your little creek bed.

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Run Down And Poor Lumber Company wrote: Randy,

Checked out your new section, And again Outstanding Work!!!

Glad to see your using (FROCK ROCK). what will you use for water in your little creek bed.

Regards:

Ronnie D.:cb:


Hey Ronnie

Have you used the Frocks as well,? great light weight/no weight product, and basically free, from thrift stores. I love its look in the scenes, the boulders laying around on the forest floor amongs the trees and thick undergrowth.

I've always used the woodland scenics latex beads you melt for water, I like there clear see to the bottem clearity,Its not that I prefer it really , its all I've ever used and have been happy with it,Its also 

 I build up the creek areas with plaster, to shield the underneath product from the initial heat of it,I learned that the hard way once, your creek area needs to be sealed proof,the joint compound works fine.

thanks Ronnie



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