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 Posted: Mon Dec 7th, 2009 08:29 am
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My first reaction was "Yoicks! He must have one hell of a steady hand and a tiny paint brush"!

Yes, I did think that you had hand painted it!

My next thought was "What's the match stick for"?

Incredible work Dd. You have my unbounded respect and admiration!:pathead 

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 Posted: Mon Dec 7th, 2009 10:21 am
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Yes - thanks Don, I'm very good at cheating!



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Variation on a theme:

To produce 'Tiger Stripes' on the front of shunters, Hazard Tape and all manner of warning signs, any graphics programme should be able to produce the black parts for printing onto Clear transfer paper.
This can then be transferred to the object pre-coated in the required fluorescent colour.



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 Posted: Tue Dec 8th, 2009 09:58 am
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Here's a very poor pic (camera trouble) of the setting for the Community Payback diorama.
All it needs now is some misfits (in Orange fluorescent jackets) to start cleaning the graffiti.
Awaiting delivery of the orange HiViz paint.



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 Posted: Tue Dec 8th, 2009 11:47 am
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Nice work DD and some really good tips re small printing. 

I think your guy needs to see a doctor.  He's been peeing for weeks now...

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Thanks, Gordon.

Don't worry about the Supervisor - everyone has taken the pee out of him.



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Neat work DD. No idea if my printer could print that small, but I never would have thought of trying it.

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 Posted: Wed Dec 9th, 2009 07:59 am
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Thanks, Mike.

Rick had a good idea - print at a more normal size and reduce on a photocopier.
It would help if the photocopier was in one of those combined Printer/Copier/Scanner combos so that copying straight to transfer could be achieved.



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Update.
Once again excuse pics - I'm getting camera fixed today.















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I like these alot DD, so much detailing, right down to the hi-vis letering, well done.

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At least your criminals don't do what the 12" : 1' version once did to a friend's lawn. While their supervisor wasn't paying terribly close attention they expressed their displeasure at their task by setting the blades on the mower to ground level and carving a message in her lawn the second word of which was "off" :twisted:

Your scene shows a nice touch. Part of modern-day life which is seldom, if ever, seen modelled.

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Lucky I didn't think of that, Rick!



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The last pic. bears a strong resemblance to a local character born into a 'very close' family.
He mends lawn mowers and is incredibly strong for his size - about 5'2".



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Yes I wouldn't like to meet that bloke in an alley lit or otherwise :lol:

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top job,

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