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 Posted: Fri Mar 31st, 2017 03:24 pm
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missed most of this build due to illness but glad to see it again,great stuff Max you are doing brill work,
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Thanks Owen.

Sorry to hear that you've been on the sick list.
I hope that you are recovering.  :cheers



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'Pointy bit on top' Is that an Oz technical term Max or something more suggestive !
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:mutley  Here we go.  Roof puns.

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I'm not going to join in,

I don't want be slated for it!:roll:



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Working on it, Max. Working on it...

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Probably expecting a raft (er) of comments.






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It's probably up aloft, maybe a ridge too far?



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The sun is streaming in through the windows at the moment, so I'll do some shots with building inside lights off.







I'll be back later . . .



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Lovely stuff Max, really well done;-)
I think to top it off, some black grease on the cogs, and a rust wash over the chain to make it look used, and also a light wash over the motor ;-)

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Thanks, Phil.

I must admit that I've been thinking the same thing.  Not enough time to do it all.  :lol:

Anyway, it's post Grand Designs.  Time to try to get some night shots.



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What about having a bash at Light Painting?



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I need to read up on it.  :lol:



I'm trying to show the light coming through the cracks.  :roll:



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Well, you did it!
There's a few ways to do light painting, they're all a bit of trial and error, all I did was to use a slow shutter speed and wave an LED torch around in the given time, you will see from the picture if adjustments need to be made, too much light, too much/ not enough over an area.




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Bonus!

This time I remembered to sharpen it.








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Back at the other end, it's time to start making the sea.




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This is the second stage of making the seaway.



This is dry wall joint compound.

As it sets up, it will crack and it will then be given a coat of finishing compound.



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I can hear the waves washing around the piers from here.
looks like fun too.

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:lol:  I just have to remember what I did last time, Marty.  :cool:



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