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 Posted: Tue Feb 6th, 2018 11:01 pm
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col.stephens wrote:

Nice owl John.  Did you make it yourself?

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I did Terry, just Milliput but green stuff or air drying clay would also work well.

John :)



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pnwood wrote: Strangely I have a major problem with people frozen in motion but not this. The birds look great John.

Personally I would be concerned about using your method of fixing but only because my layout has to be setup, dismantled and transported many times a year to exhibitions. The thin stiff wire method would be better for my situation I think. With a bit of thought you can hide the wire quite successfully, Pendon Museum manage it and have a bird on the wing on their Dartmoor scene (a Buzzard I think). It is hovering though  ;-)

 

I would have to use wire if I was going to exhibit my lay out, not that it is up to that type of standard!

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I love the owl!

Western Way wrote:
col.stephens wrote:

Nice owl John.  Did you make it yourself?

Terry


I did Terry, just Milliput but green stuff or air drying clay would also work well.

John :)

You could take this up as a niche market ocupation, but you'd have to be sure you'd worked out the correct "owly-rate"...

O.K....fetching my hat and coat!

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