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 Posted: Sun Sep 21st, 2008 11:45 am
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Looks super Jeff, How did you get that grass to "Stand Up" like that? Did you use one of those Static tools? :hmm

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Looks like it belongs there, Jeff. I like the variety of plant life too.

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Can you come and go as you wish Jeff or are you restricted to certain days and times?



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Well i have just caught the last tad of this thread and i am amazed :thudat the detail you have achieved Jeff. Also i liked the photo that was took with you working on it, it gives you more of a feel just how small things are to work on. A brilliant job in my book, well done.

Shame your GWR otherwise your skills could of been put to better use :thumbs:lol::lol:

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Robert wrote: Can you come and go as you wish Jeff or are you restricted to certain days and times?

Just Wednesdays from 7.30pm, which is not the main club night and Fridays from 7.00pm, which is when most of the guys attend.

We are not tied to a finishing time, as we have our own keys to the Community Centre where we rent two rooms on a permanent and exclusive basis, so club nights tend to go on until 11.30pm or later!!

Coming up to an exhibition, we sometimes open up on more nights to get things done and in theory a member could choose to go in on his own at any time, but this rarely happens, as there are only 3 main door keyholders and it's not right to "take the mickey" by asking them to open when they are busy with other things.

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Looks good, Jeff. Very rustic.



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I like that long grass.
Re the creeper - while you're away from the club room you could always open the photo in Paintshop Pro or whatever program you have, and use the 'clone' tool to replicate more creeper on the wall to see how it might look.

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MikeC wrote: I like that long grass.
Re the creeper - while you're away from the club room you could always open the photo in Paintshop Pro or whatever program you have, and use the 'clone' tool to replicate more creeper on the wall to see how it might look.

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Good thinking, Mike, I'll try that one.

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Tried your suggestion, Mike and couldn't really convince myself either way. Perhaps it's my ham-fisted skills with PSP :exclam:exclam

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Jeff I tried it too. I almost covered the wall with creeper, then removed it again. It looks good either way.

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Jeff that looks just fine as is,i think any more stuff will over do it.
great job.
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It looks extremely good.

I've always wanted to try that horsehair. I don't know of any suppliers here. I sure would like to see how you go about using it.

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     I can sum up those steps in one word....Brilliant!

Cheers mate,John.B.:pathead

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 Brilliant Jeff, those steps look like they have been there for years

 



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Great work Jeff - thinks: there's a horse in the field behind me; hmmm?
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Ken wrote: Great work Jeff - thinks: there's a horse in the field behind me; hmmm?
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ah, but is it rubberised Ken ?
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 Call me thick Owen but i don't get that :???::???:



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Superb work there Jeff and thanks for the step by step guide how you did it im sure many members will find your descriptions very usefull referance on their own layouts

cheers brian.W

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