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A Little Photo Studio For Gn15 Models
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 Posted: Sat Oct 22nd, 2016 09:08 pm
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Larry G
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Thorsten

Your green grass looks very realistic.

What are you using to achieve such great results?

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 Posted: Sun Oct 23rd, 2016 07:53 am
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Thorsten K
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Hi Larry

The green grass is the summer 6mm spots from Noch.
The long grass in the creek is an old brush and moss - that's it.



Hello Herb

The outdoor project is my problem child.
My health in the last years was too bad to do what is to do,
but you'll find some pics in the gallery on my website  http://www.reepsiel.de  click on "Fotos" and you´ll find some.
 
You must know, that I'm in trouble with the scale.
I like LGB very much but my space in the garden, must say the space, my really good wife allowed is small! :)

I have enough, she says!
AAHHHH OK!
She is right cause of my health, it nearly impossible to stoop.

And the scale, I like 7/8 very much cause you have something in your hands.
We´ll see!

But!
I made the portal in my wintergarden.
Lets have a little look:


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 Posted: Sun Oct 23rd, 2016 07:55 am
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... and together with the other building...

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 Posted: Sun Oct 23rd, 2016 07:58 am
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and from the inside ... ;)


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Really beautiful work, Thorsen!!!

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Really good stuff. I’ve gotta get my butt into the shop and start building.



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 Posted: Wed Jul 4th, 2018 07:02 pm
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;)

The most you'll find in the backyard, or the forest, or the kitchen, when your wife is not at home... :P

By the way... I haven't the time to build something new, cause we change the face of our backyard.
In the last days we carry tons of rocks, stones, sand and concrete. :Crazy:

My better half said, why - just tell me why!!!
I have many ideas but I can start with new things in the early winter! :Salute:

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