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 Posted: Thu Oct 18th, 2018 12:50 pm
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I wanted a run down shed hope I have achieved it

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 Posted: Thu Oct 18th, 2018 01:02 pm
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Run down......................... looks more like falling down  :lol:

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That is superb Mark and as a fellow scratchbuilder I can really appreciate the work that has gone into that. :thumbs


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Nice effect. Is it a shed or a barn?

What materials did you use?



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Now that's a well ventilated shed Mark. Love it!

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Excellent, Mark.  :thumbs



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Steamup56 wrote: I wanted a run down shed hope I have achieved it




"Run down"?? Do you work in real estate?

"Renovator's dream!"   :)

Actually, that is a superb piece of work, Steamup. :)   :doublethumb



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How about "unloved" lol

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Marvelous modelling,
A developer will come along shortly and turn that into 4 executive homes..



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