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 Posted: Mon Apr 24th, 2017 11:58 am
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Lots of movement there Max..looks excellent ;-), I would  like to see a few more feet of pebbles though the water as it rolls up onto the beach, maybe more clear varnish there or whatever you are using, nit picking, I know, but it would add to realism :)



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There is water in the pebbles, Phil.  It's just so hard to photograph.

I might try a close up later.



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I could actually see a shine over the pebbles, as you say, not easy to photograph!



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Finally done.



And now with the work table back in place.



The right hand half is plate glass which is removed for operating sessions.  The glass is a good place for building structures.



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I've added more gel to the pebbles, Phil.  I'll take a picky when it's set up.

I've also got to do more work on my seaweed, which is almost invisible at this stage.  :lol:



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What about some ropes hanging from the posts, good for cluttering things up?



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This has turned out beautifully



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I can't do everything at once, Phil.



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From broad brush scenics to intricate electronics - Max, you're master of them all.

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MaxSouthOz wrote: I can't do everything at once, Phil.
And there's me thinking you could :mutley



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I'm trying to get a shot of the water on the rocks, just past the breaker line.



If you really squint your eyes, you can see the rocks glistening. 



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Edit > Adjustments > Shadow/Highlights is a good tool, sea looks perfect, difficult to see the glistening though...trick photographic stuff here, but  you need to save your picture at around 2500 pixels as 790 is not good enought to show the glistening as pixelating blurs everything as you will see when you zoom in on an area.




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It looks good from france Max. :thumbs

I like the white foam streaks behind where the wave comes in and the froth around the old piles. :doublethumb

Oh yes, I can also see the sheen on the wet rocks - great stuff.



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Anything else planned for this area Max?



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Hi Phil

Yes.  To me, that's the fun part.  I've got some cray pots coming and I've scratch built some nets, ropes and other stuff to go with them.  Then I have to work on dressing the slipway.  Maybe some bushes and junk.  I'm looking for another suitable dinghy for there as well.

Some lengths of timber for in front of the boat builder's and some hoses (I think that you call them hose pipes?), and  power extension leads.  Maybe some work tables and drums?

I've got some ladders I can use as well. 

Lots of fun.




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Looking forward to seeing some clutter Max.



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So long as you aren't holding your breath, Phil.  :lol:

I'm working on the boat and the tram and I'll add in bits as they come to hand.



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