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Shoudna, oughtna, hadna built one then, so neh !

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Getting around to the roof shortly, I might try Allan's moss ploy...if that's ok with you Allan :)



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Any ploy's alright with me Phil as long as it doesn't involve the missus - but for a price though....

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No Phil - I pay YOU !

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In that case...I need it to be cash :lol:



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Welsh chickens or Grimsby turkeys ?

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Nice day today, some shots from my work room studio of the bluebells.








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Nice bit of scenery work there Phil.When do you start  track laying  ?

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The track was pulled up Allan in the 60's :mutley






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See, Phil. I knew you could do it !  :doublethumb

Gonna tell you how to bend Wills stone sheets to go round corners when building chimney stacks as shown below.

File  three V grooves down the back almost right the way through, dribble either solvent or wood dye into the grooves which will soften the plastic, leave for about ten minutes then you'll find that it will bend quite readily around a timber baton or just support itself forming a hollow box.


Invoice in the post.  Failure to pay within 24 hours will result in a visit from the missus, or her mum or both ( if they can find where Wales is )


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Not quite finished with the roof yet, the un-mossed slates are there but need picking out a tad,

Good tip about the solvent Allan, I knew about the v cuts but too brittle without it, thanks ;-)

I've made lots of buildins in the three weeks i've been modelling :) but not of this type, there are things that I would do differently if I made anothe one.




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So, you didn't notice the new side bay windows then Allan;-)



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I did :thumbs


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Sorry, Phil. Now that you mention it, I noticed that you managed to bend the wall at right angles around the base of the bay..

I'll get my coat....


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Just about done :)
















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The way to go Phil !!


 Superb job mate.


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That, Phil is bleddy good.   :thumbs



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Thanks guys, and a special thanks to Allan for the encouragement and links to the brass etchings which make the model;-)



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