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 Posted: Sat Mar 8th, 2008 11:02 pm
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phill wrote:That is awesone Wayne, truly AWSOME. Just one question and by no way picking but what are those 4 rungs for next to the main runs?.
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The prototype has those four rungs on it, for a reason I am not completely sure of. The grandkids Silo has no Dome, but it does have a platform at the top where you can climb up the steps and stand in it. Those four rungs adjacent to it can be reached with one of your feet, if you are so inclined. Personally I would never attempt it, but maybe a "Farmer" would! :roll:

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Wayne

That really is a superb piece of modelling. Many congratulations on the end result.

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Absolutely magnificent, Wayne! I am truly impressed. :)

The only trouble now is that you have set yourself a high baseline below which none of your future models can fall. :? :lol: Still, that can only be a good thing, I guess. :wink:

This model really does show how versatile plastikard is as a modelling material.

Very well done! 8) 8) 8)

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Perry wrote:The only trouble now is that you have set yourself a high baseline below which none of your future models can fall. Perry

Well you are right in that regard! :evil: :lol: But, you know I started this with the intention of the hobby taking the rest of my life to work on. I am in no particular hurry to get any one thing finished, so I guess that baseline, like you have said, "has been set"! :shock: :roll: :smile: [size=9]Actually I like it like that!

Thanks for the comments everyone!

This has really been fun!

Wayne

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