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 Posted: Sat Oct 28th, 2017 02:07 pm
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Brilliant Jimmy,love the figures in the shops,they add real atmosphere.



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Really like it Jimmy, nice touch with people in the shop. Looking forward to seeing more of it.



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 Posted: Sat Oct 28th, 2017 04:24 pm
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so no christmas decoration layout is complete without father christmas so i obviously couldnt resist this 





so next up some winter trees.








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i couldnt resist this for the chirstmas theme, the kids are going to love it. 


then back to more scenic work, basically install and wire the lamp posts, add fencing the crossing gates, some bushes and airbrush the entire layout. almost ready for the snow. its been a busy busy two days. 







so what do you think so far??

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Looking really good, can't wait to see the snow, what are you using for the snow?



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Campaman wrote: Looking really good, can't wait to see the snow, what are you using for the snow?
I have the delux materials scenic snow coming. It’s alm st a sin to put snow all over it. 

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Could you just give it a light covering with a few snowdrifts here and there?



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sparky wrote: Could you just give it a light covering with a few snowdrifts here and there?


I’m planning hopefully not to completely cover the entire layout white but to have light snow with the scenic showing through 

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Sounds good :thumbs



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Looks fantastic! It is really coming on! Is Santa going to make an appearance?



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TeaselBay wrote: Looks fantastic! It is really coming on! Is Santa is going to make an appearance?


Yep I have a Santa to stand on the platform 

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So my wife decided that one of the big trees outside of the church required christmas lights, for a festive feel. 
this did cause a little head scratching. i discovered the best way to do this was to daisy chain micro LED's i started off by making a daisy chain of ten but this didnt work (to many in the chain.) after a bit of fiddling i discovered the most i could have in the chain where six. 

so i made four chains of six. (i got my wife to hold the LED's while i soldered them together, well it was her idea.) 

i then wrapped each chain around the tree and run the wires down the tree trying to hide the wires as much as possible, however the snow will hide it a little more. 

i think the effort was worth it. 


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Amazing work Jimmy...

Cheers,John.B. :shock: :shock: :shock:

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so after a lot of effort, i can finally announce that chapel rise is pretty much finished!! all i have left to add is some carol singers around the church tree and i have a sound module coming that has church bells and carol singers. so here are some pictures for you. 

so to start off, daytime photos. 



here it is in all its glory. i hand painted the name. 





some children having some fun. 









and finally the last photo i love as it sums up the christmas theme with father christmas talking to the school children. 




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now for my night time photos.


in postion where the layout will be throughout christmas.
















so what do you think??? 

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Jimmy, that is absolutely amazing and the way it comes to life at night is fantastic! 
I love the last photo!



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Hello,
This is absolutely brilliant. Well Done
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Fantastic Jimmy. I hope i'm not out of place in saying it gives Operation Abyss a run for it's money.It brings Christmas to life in a way i remember from my childhood.Absolutely magical. :thumbs :thumbs :thumbs



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Excellent, Jimmy. 




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I really don't know what to say Jimmy except that's absolutely brilliant.

Take a bow because you did a cracking job on it 
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