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 Posted: Sun Dec 2nd, 2012 02:17 am
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Right!
I still wonder how they managed to paint that house...



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 Posted: Sun Dec 2nd, 2012 02:19 am
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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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 Posted: Sun Dec 2nd, 2012 05:30 pm
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Brilliant Martin, great modelling!



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 Posted: Sun Dec 2nd, 2012 09:40 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 10:44 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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Bit cold here lately and finding it a pity to heat the entire workshop (250M2)to do some modeling I decided to work a bit on the modules at my attic. Still laying shakes but the hard parts are done..





Think I like the shingles with rolled roof next to it. In drying times I added a few braces and other stuff to the car/footbridge connecting Nolans Wharf with the mainland...







Some tiny stuff and NBW's to be added and I can glue the bugger in place..:glad:



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 Posted: Sun Dec 9th, 2012 01:18 am
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Almost done with this tiny brown building, added a chimney too....







So much fun this handlaying that I decided to give Geezers joint the same treatment. Added a few cornerposts and trims first...



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A beer for everyone ! Geezers got the roof on, handlayed shingles metal caps still need to be rusted...





roofcaps on the little brown one too..



and some overall shots of the layout areas I've been working on today..







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Thank ya gents !
Some new motive power appeared in Cardigan. 4-4-0 OF with DCC no sound..



and a 4-6-0 with DCC and tsunami-sound, huge machine, even bigger then the 2-8-0...but I like'm



in the meantime a bit ogf work done on the bridge, NBW's added usual methode of a paper square and a cut brass nail, tried nails on the railing posts bij using 0.4mm floristwire. Still needs some paint..



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