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 Posted: Sun Feb 2nd, 2014 05:38 pm
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A few 'sunshine shots'

Please forgive the overkill!

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 Posted: Sun Feb 2nd, 2014 06:13 pm
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That makes it look even better. Keep up the good work.



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 Posted: Mon Feb 3rd, 2014 12:10 am
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 This even looks better still and all thanks to Peter Kern's photoshop magic.

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Oh yes, I like it, in my opinion it's looking even better in black and white. Gets my vote Alan!

 



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Thanks Barney.

Tomorrow the flowers should arrive then it will be finished and if the guys haven't had enough of Tintagel Post Office by now then I'll put up the finished pictures !

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Quite truthfully I am never going to be able to see enough of your work, long may you model. Thank you for ""p***ing me off"" (sorry mods) in a nice way every day.
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Today we did a little gardening - instant flowers from MinNatur and no weeding!

The job is now finished although I'll probably detail it out some more when Model Rail come up to photograph it along with all the others stuff since I got back into it.

So, here then a few blurred shots for you to look at.

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That's a true masterpiece Allan and a very nice garden too - just as one would expect from you.

Love the mossy roof and good to see some colour at this time of year.  It's hard to tell it's not real. :thumbs:thumbs



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Those flowers are the icing on the cake for this outstanding model (it is a model isn't it?) looks so realistic, be hard to tell if you didn't know otherwise.

What's next Alan?



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Now that model is a masterpiece Allan, I'm not only impressed by the quality of the work but the short period of time it takes you to make it, I'd be weeks on something like that.
Superb work.
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Even better than before. Where did you get the flowers, they look so real?



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Barneybuffer wrote: Those flowers are the icing on the cake for this outstanding model (it is a model isn't it?) looks so realistic, be hard to tell if you didn't know otherwise.

What's next Alan?

Working on it now, a scene from Castle Combe but with a little bit of modellers licence !

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60019Bittern wrote: Even better than before. Where did you get the flowers, they look so real?

They're MiniNatur - without the E - and I ordered them on line from On Tracks.

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:):thumbsSweet model creation Alan.

Its great to see you back in the swing of things.

Now the model press are getting onto your work I see the good old times returning:thumbs.

We should all thank your partner as well for getting you out of retirement :pathead.

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