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A little photo studio for GN15 models
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 Posted: Fri Oct 21st, 2016 07:07 am
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Thorsten K
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... bathing? ahhhmmm! No! :)

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 Posted: Fri Oct 21st, 2016 07:09 am
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bye bye


That´s it! So I can make great pics now. ............. (hope so :) )

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 Posted: Fri Oct 21st, 2016 07:56 am
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Hi Thorsten,
Now that is a lovely gungy creek - Well done :2t::apl::apl:



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Hello Thorsten,

So simple, so effective - I like it. Very good.

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Very nice. Not only is this a nice photo studio but a great way to experiment with scenic details and just have some fun. Thank you for the inspiration.

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 Posted: Fri Oct 21st, 2016 01:49 pm
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I agree, wholeheartedly.

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Hi Thorsten :wave:

TOTALY AWESOME ! :moose::moose::moose::moose::moose:

Thanks for the step-by-step !
You made it look so easy.
& what a GREAT result !!

You obviously have the 'magic' green-fingers...
...when it comes to scenery.

I don't fancy a swim in the creek though !!

Can't wait to see the new loco in 'the studio' ;)

:moose:

Si.

Cool way to hold the track down when glueing :thumb:

What did you use for the brick-bridge ?
The bricks look really nice !

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Really great work.

You make it look so easy. I suck at scenery. Always have. But I am giving it another go.

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Hi again Thorsten :wave:

I actually found some nice chequer-plate styrene a bit like yours.

For some strange reason, I can't seem to find a decent type in the U.K. ??

I got mine from http://www.greenstuffworld.com in Spain, I think.

They have some other rather nice embossed styrene sheets as well.

Water ripples in clear, stonework, corrugated etc. etc.

The P&P to the U.K. was quite low as well.

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Love that diorama ^^^ !! :bg:



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 Posted: Sat Oct 22nd, 2016 09:45 am
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Thank you everybody for the for the warm words. Now I can tell you, that the fist visitors were in my little photo booth :) . But fist I want to answer Si´s question about the bricks.

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