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 Posted: Wed Nov 28th, 2012 08:33 pm
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Martin, Looks fantastic. Add a few more pins, and call them Christmas lights!



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 Posted: Fri Nov 30th, 2012 09:39 pm
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:bg: bright idea but the pins are out...



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 Posted: Sat Dec 1st, 2012 03:15 pm
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Love the new building, you really captured the feeling of the way wood weathers in a coastal environment.

Not to hijack your thread, but it reminds me of my favorite house in the small fishing village I briefly lived in in Alaska. I sent my wife a picture (who didnt travel to Alaska) and told her that "we" had purchased this little Greek Revival gem...Even with this view (below)view she declined to move to Alaska:



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 Posted: Sat Dec 1st, 2012 10:11 pm
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A lack of appreciation there Duane on her part.

Fresh, healthy meals available right out the window.

And I bet that the toilet drain never clogged up.


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 Posted: Sat Dec 1st, 2012 10:17 pm
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Right!
I still wonder how they managed to paint that house...



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 Posted: Sat Dec 1st, 2012 10:19 pm
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To bring it back to narrow gauge, Ill post a few pics on my thread. Thread hijack officially over, with apologies of course.



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Brilliant Martin, great modelling!



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 Posted: Sun Dec 2nd, 2012 05:40 pm
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Don't worry Duane, like these kinda pictures for referene, modeling a region I never went to or have been...
Thanks for the kind comments guys !

Been working a couple of hours on modules 3,4,5 and 6 doin some rocking business. Usual method using aluminium foil, dental pick, steelbrush and a wide flat paintbrush.
Module 3 has 2 basecoats of flat black/brown module 4 just one coat..working on rocks on the others but ran out of plaster and foil [:-banghead]













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:moose::moose::glad::glad::glad:



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 Posted: Mon Dec 3rd, 2012 06:44 pm
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Thnx Charles !!

Still outa plaster so I made a start on handlaying single shakes...checking rooflines and surfaces..



One side done, lights are in and part of the bigger roof glued and pinned..



And a overal view of this tiny village by the sea...



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