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 Posted: Sun Nov 1st, 2020 05:02 pm
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Chubber wrote: Hullo John(s), Nigel and Ron,

Apologies for a tardy reply, once again my YMR is not sending me notifications.

Nigel, there would be no Smith the Whiff if it wasn't for his predecessor, Gustave, of  "Gustave and the Exploding Seagull" fame, but that's another story, and the reason why there is an oddly coloured patch on the Goods Shed Roof.

John, the cobblestone setts I am using is JWs 2015 texture,* the previous one we agreed was not fit for purpose. I have also printed it on a lightly textured paper from an art shop and weathered it with brown and green watercolours.



Keep safe,

Douglas

* the date of issue is on the corner of each sheet


Thanks Doug

I didnt know about the date.....checked mine ...it is 2007.

Time for a download I think!

Best wishes

John



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