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 Posted: Sun Aug 24th, 2008 10:57 pm
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i agree the wood does not look right against the wall,sorry no reprieve then.

but you knew that anyway !!
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 Posted: Sun Aug 31st, 2008 05:13 pm
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 Posted: Sun Aug 31st, 2008 05:24 pm
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Jeff, a real improvement,they look" right " now, you have to let us see the finished job now you have gone this far.:thumbs
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 Posted: Sun Aug 31st, 2008 05:40 pm
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As the wife would say, "Daft old sod, cause its ok now, i told you the paint was ok":mutley

Looks rally good, all joking aside, i think it is reall superb mate.

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Nice bridge Jeff, and yes it looks better with the wood on the wall side

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Very nice, Jeff, and of course we want to see the finished job! ;-)

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Looking real enough for me... I wouldn't want to have to lug my shopping up 'em.



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Jeff - that looks really great now - a credit to you and I can understand why the club has made you Chief Civil Engineer.

You said you'd post photos of the results "if anyone is interested" - don't be silly - of course we're very interested.  Please post the shots of it all installed and finished.



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well it certainly looks like it was built there not just added, nice job Jeff
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OK Jeff, I just caught up on this thread. Nice looking steps! Two kits put together huh? Don't suppose you took pictures of the two kits before you started did you?

I need all the help I can get in directions on how to paint plasticard. Didn't realize how much I didn't know on how to apply paint.:brickwall:brickwall:brickwall

Keep'em coming Jeff!

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Jeff I really like the 'planted' look!

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Yes , that does look more realistic than just plonked down & plaster, etc added around it - not quite the same that way but 'planted' - is the  way to go,  Jeff.

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Wayne Williams wrote: OK Jeff, I just caught up on this thread. Nice looking steps! Two kits put together huh? Don't suppose you took pictures of the two kits before you started did you?
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Sorry Wayne, this job was supposed to be started by another member who built the support legs, cut them wrongly and gave up.

I inherited a pile of bits (was told that it started as two kits), two support sections made from box girder pieces, and no instructions, all in a small cardboard box.

it's been almost like scratch building with pre-formed components, so no photos of the beginnings I'm afraid. 

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Jeff,
Just what you wanted huh? A puzzle without a picture! :hmm Or an assembly without instructions! :hmm
I think that's what every man likes and wants to do! Looks like you got it figured out just fine! :doublethumb

Waiting to see it painted.

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Wayne Williams wrote: Jeff,
Just what you wanted huh? A puzzle without a picture! :hmm Or an assembly without instructions! :hmm
I think that's what every man likes and wants to do! Looks like you got it figured out just fine! :doublethumb

Waiting to see it painted.

Wayne


I'll try to post some photos (over the weekend) of tonight's thrilling installment, Wayne.

Try to keep awake when you get to read it :exclam:exclam

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I assume you have to go to your clubroom to work on the scenery part or do you bring that section home with you?

Do you have to travel farto the clubroom if you have to

 

cheers brian.W

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Looks great Jeff!

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Yes, brian, I have to go to the clubroom to work on the scenery, but I do prepair some bits at home and make sure it's all planned out beforehand so that there's no wasted time. The club is only about 5 miles away, so it's not too bad.

Later today I'll post again, with another image of the above scene and I'll give some details of what I did.

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