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 Posted: Sun Aug 15th, 2010 07:54 pm
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News of the new Scalescenes kit to come very soon from John Wiffen-


"The up coming Low relief high street contains 8 different facades and 6 different shopfronts that you can repeat and 
'mix and match', to create different combinations."


I understand there will be a 'Tudor House' in the façade!  No excuse for every street in our layouts to look the same, is that 48 variations or am I being too simplistic? :lol:


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 Posted: Sun Aug 15th, 2010 09:29 pm
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Sounds interesting Doug, any idea when it will be released ?

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With 2 boys under 5 and his debut at Warley this year I imagine he's a bit busy but it should be before the end of August. Wouldn't fancy packing to travel from Australia with the 'shop' and a family!

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The latest re the 'street scene', still no firm date!

"Busy working to try and get my Low relief high street out at the moment, but I will upload the red tiles that Doug used on this [Harbour office] roof as soon as I can..."

The tile thing will be great, lots of scope for small, rustic structures that would never have had large 10"x16" tiles, sheds, extensions, lean-to type things..


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Definitely all worth waiting for. Has anyone built the "new" church yet? Not that I need an English prototype. Just curious...



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Tim, have a look here....


http://www.rmweb.co.uk/community/index.php/topic/15704-new-church-kit/



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Many thanks for that link, Doug. Some excellent (and very informed) reviews there.



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FWIW John won't be selling at Warley - so as not to get in trouble with HM Customs. He will be showing some models and talking to anyone who wants to know more about his kits. He may also give away a link to a free download.

As he put it: I'm really just planning to set up my little display and see if anyone is interested in coming over for a chat... could be sitting twiddling my thumbs/shunting on my  boxfile  Inglenook or meeting modellers non stop for both days - who knows?

You read it here first! ;-)

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Ian - where is John based (that he may get into trouble with HMC&E?) There's no physical address on his website.



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In fact in Queensland.

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Well I never knew that.  Thanks Brian and Ron.



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This is latest on the scalescenes site.

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"Early September - Low Relief High Street
Apologies for the delay, adding more great features:
Combine 9 different facades (including cinema, department store and bank),
11 different shopfronts, numerous sign and detail options."

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can't wait!

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Just a heads up - release date is now Oct 5th.

Combines 7 different facades with 11 different shopfronts (including a bank), interior details, 38 different business signs (old and modern) and 5 different 'type your own name' signs.

To be followed in November by a low-relief cinema and department store:

Selection of old and modern signs (including 3 different 'type your own film name' cinema fascia signs).

Anyone care to suggest some suitable film titles? :hmm

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Ian Morton wrote:
Anyone care to suggest some suitable film titles? :hmm

Murder on the Orient Express?



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Seems like John is going to be Very busy!!, and keeping us busy with downloads too, heres the new list .

October 5
Low Relief High Street
Combine 7 different facades with 11 different shopfronts
(including a bank), interior details, 38 different business
signs (old and modern) and 5 different 'type your own
name' signs.

November
Low Relief Cinema and Department Store
Selection of old and modern signs (including 3 different
'type your own film name' cinema fascia signs).
November 20-21 Warley MRC,
NEC Birminingham Stand F05
Inspection Pit kit
FREE Warley download - details to follow...
December
Low Relief Office block with shops beneath (modular)
Releases for first half of 2011
Modern Low Relief Warehouse (modular)
Narrowboats and lock scene
Small country pub
Low Relief Multi-storey Car Park (modular)
Single Engine Shed with optional rooftop water tank
Low Relief Cargo/Container ship (modular)
Coaling stage with ramp and rooftop water tank
Farmhouse with barn

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From John Wiffen.............looks good so far?:doublethumb

Here's a very quick preview shot of my new Low Relief High Street kit that should be out on October 7. Apologies for the delays on this one, to be honest I just got a bit carried away with the shop interior details, washing machines, cookers, TV sets and other features like 'type your own shop signs' ... ).


Basically you can combine 7 different facades with 11 different shopfronts (including a bank), 38 different business signs (old and modern) and 5 different 'type your own name' signs.





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