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 Posted: Sun Aug 27th, 2017 08:48 pm
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Planted another building.  Black Bear Construction is between Furniss Mfg and the Rails End Pub in Furniss.  

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 Posted: Sun Aug 27th, 2017 11:09 pm
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Planted F&F Westermeier as well.  Nice to have the buildings glued down and some ground cover started.  One more to go and all the in-progress structures will be in place.  

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Hi Rob,
Nice work on the buildings. They look right at home on the layout. Please keep the good stuff coming. 



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Yes, Bob, PLEASE!

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Geneseo East is coming together.  Will finish the building on the left and glue it in place.  Then the difficult part.....trying to fill in with details and people.

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 Posted: Mon Sep 4th, 2017 08:22 pm
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The new building (Broakin Equipment Co.) is now basically done and glued in place.  Ran out of ground cover so need to go on a scavenger hunt and see what I can dig up.

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Well done, Bob! Simple and very effective!



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Hi Bob,You have a superb eye for what looks good. Even the sign on the front of the building is "just right". :2t::apl::apl::apl:



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Excellent modelling skills Bob and real 'atmosphere' in your detailing.

Don't worry about your cab steam fittings (Post 299), she's about driveable as modelled.   Just make the regulator handle (your red vertical lever, centre of boiler backplate crown) a little longer - it should reach to an easy lowered hand grasp for the driver; otherwise excellent.

I'm probably being thick but why do you print the lettering onto your 'bond' paper sheet before sticking the tissue paper to it ? (Post 323). Surely it is the printed tissue paper layer that you then apply to your models ?.

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Salada wrote:
I'm probably being thick but why do you print the lettering onto your 'bond' paper sheet before sticking the tissue paper to it ? (Post 323). Surely it is the printed tissue paper layer that you then apply to your models ?.

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Good question.  This allows me to position a small piece of tissue over just the area to be printed.  A smaller piece is easier to handle and less likely to crumple up in the printer.



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