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 Posted: Sat Nov 3rd, 2007 03:00 pm
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Oh of course i forgot :oops: . No i just wondered thats all, cause its a very good building and i just wondered how he worked the sides out, so no need to be sarky ok :evil: :D :D
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 Posted: Sat Nov 3rd, 2007 03:08 pm
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 Posted: Sat Nov 3rd, 2007 03:10 pm
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As Simon is here I am able to post the other side......in a few minutes ;p



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 Posted: Sat Nov 3rd, 2007 03:28 pm
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thats what they mean by modellers licence Phill
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Ok i get the pic then, so when i build my water tower that Perry is so keen to see, i too will use my modelers licence then :D .
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Here you are Phill, pictures of the other side ;p






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This is probably what you really meant Phil.

I had to improvise the other sides and thought it would be good if it was a fishmonger's shop and as you can see its on a hillside sloping into the stream.







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Thankyou for that, nice to see someone give a nice answer on here :D .
Like i was told, you dont ask how are you supose to learn.
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All that time we were with him Les and he never said a word. The crafty old so and so. :lol: :wink: It's obvious we have yet another good modeller on the forum, our future is bright indeed.



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 Posted: Sat Nov 3rd, 2007 07:05 pm
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Dead right Bob - he'll get a pile of questions next time. :D

Hey Phill don't go moody on me - after all I did buy you a virtual drink in the Baseboards section. (very nice vintage it was too - just finished the bottle, hic) :lol: :lol:

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Nope i aint moody with you less, respect your elders and all that :D :D and as for the drink it was very nice thanks.
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Phil wrote respect your elders and all that

Cheeky Monkey :lol: :lol: :lol:

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Very good Reg, As Lawrence said it does look like the buildings on the East Neuk of Fife. This is the area that I am modelling and I have used many of the Harburn Hobbies range as stand ins while I get round to making my own. I will have to modify or scrathbuild as there is little on the market that fills the gap. Very nice.



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Hi Neil,
As you could see that was copied from a picture so i don,t expect it was even a factual house , anyway a lot easier to scratchbuild that sort of thing ,than the goods shed that perry has built , plenty of modellers licence there and accuracy not so important. reminds me a bit of portmerrion where its all a bit fantasy land , no one to say "you got that wrong". plenty of track laying and wiring going on at the moment a bit boring for an ex spark but looking forward to getting on with some proper modelling before too long.best wishes :D



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Now PortMerrion would be a good idea for a layout. :lol:



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What an excellent idea neil all sorts of wierd buildings different shapes and colours ,a few dragons thrown in pulling carts (jeff would do those)
dwarfs (n gauge)and a quirky loco pulling an assortment of fantasy carriages, bob could make a cardboard castle ,novice a wobbly church .sort of an emmet thing really.there must be lots of ideas out there amongst our lot. les in charge of smoke effects. :D :D :D



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Oh you are a pal Reg, suggesting promotion for me like that. :lol:

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Hi Les :D :D :D                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 ✓     B                                



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