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 Posted: Fri Dec 13th, 2013 11:04 pm
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New kit from Scalescenes just in time for Christmas, a nice row of cottages:

http://www.scalescenes.com/

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Very good looking kit. Problem I have is that my baseboards are too narrow for John's wonderful kits...!



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You could always make them half relief Gary.

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Funny you should mention that John. I have a similar problem as Gary, in that I like the look of them but don't have a lot of space to play with.  I was looking at the possibilities of going the half relief route. They do look good as they are though. 



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According to Scalescenes' website, John is intending to produce low-relief terraced houses (with shops options) early next year.

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Brossard wrote: You could always make them half relief Gary.

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I would love to, but even my goods shed and station building is in low relief. No room for a town unfortunately. Although I have been looking at the Canal Gate Keepers Cottage as a kit bash, or use as a template for a styrene build in low relief.

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