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 Posted: Wed Oct 1st, 2014 09:28 am
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Hi John, nice work on the plaster cutting and shrubbery too, I plan to have some small shrubs on the Tehachapi loop
tunnel module.

Oh yeah Herb has shifted our station post into the HO and 00 scale post under Large station building.

To get your pics back you can EDIT your post and repost them, I use imageshank now was using photobucket but got fed up of photos disappearing.

Look forward to seeing you on the new post with other member comments.

Tony :2t: :bow: :glad: :wave:

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Preparing for the first workshop about the use of a static machine to create realistic grasses, combined with the use of other scenery products.
Working on a small diorama..to show what's possible. First group of 8 this saturday..











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great work as usual Martin, good luck with your first class, hope you had a nice Christmas

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Hi Martin, hope you had a great Christmas, will have to agree with Dennis, pure awesome. I would love the Tehachapi loop tunnel modules to turn out like yours.

Still a fair bit of work to do, at least most of the hard work is out the way, adding thicker grasses and low plants will finish the scene off.

I am going to redo the dirt road, not going to use the paving beading sand too heavy, looking at sing course sand, have you modelled dirk roads.

Tony. apl: :2t:

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Just plain fantastic. I aspire to be able to get even close to your scenery results. I will be waiting for your clinics.
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 Posted: Sat Dec 27th, 2014 05:19 pm
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Thanks guys...well for clinics over the pond..we have to find sommething here...

Fun during the workshop..



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Strewth that greenery is simply, well superlatives fail me, - amazing...



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By any chance did you have someone video the class?

Masterful work!

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