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 Posted: Sat Sep 25th, 2010 08:47 am
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Monthly Project

 

We have been discussing the idea of running a monthly project for members to maybe try something that they have wanted to for a while, this will be a sort of hands on explaining by one person, that others can try at the same time, with results and help along the way. Some projects may run over a month, and we might have a couple running at a time.

 

The idea has come from the great involvement of the members in the modules for the show, and I have cunning little idea for the future along those lines !

 

The first monthly project will be announced soon after we know how much interest we have, the projects will vary from simple jobs to more complicated and cover a large spread of our hobby both for the new comer and the more experienced modeller

 

If you are interested sign up below

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 Posted: Sat Sep 25th, 2010 08:53 am
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I'd be interested in any building projects, and maybe scenics ( grass, trees, etc.)
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 Posted: Sat Sep 25th, 2010 09:05 am
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After dooferdogs seminer at our show iwould like something from Doug as i have never scratchbuilt anything but would like to give it a go.Perhaps somthing easy to start with.Piran(roger)

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 Posted: Sat Sep 25th, 2010 11:51 am
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Yes I think its a brilliant idea, it doesn't matter how good you think you are everyone can learn something. Also a lot of us have a lot to teach, so bring it on.

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 Posted: Sat Sep 25th, 2010 12:17 pm
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willing to give it a go,should be interesting.

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A great idea - I'd also be interested in having a go. :thumbs



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I will join in Alan participationis what its all about

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Definitely count me in!

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 Posted: Sat Sep 25th, 2010 05:44 pm
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Yes,whatever it is,count me in too!!


Cheers,John.B.:thumbs

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georgejacksongenius wrote: Yes,whatever it is,count me in too!!


Cheers,John.B.:thumbs
you have to drop your keks and stick your behind out the window and shout   weyah!!
still want to play ?

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:roll::roll::roll:......:hmm......:It's a no no

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Hope it'll be something in "N" gauge!!!:roll:

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owen69 wrote: georgejacksongenius wrote: Yes,whatever it is,count me in too!!


Cheers,John.B.:thumbs
you have to drop your keks and stick your behind out the window and shout   weyah!!
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Ken wrote: Hope it'll be something in "N" gauge!!!:roll:

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In most cases Ken, the actual gauge won't make any practical difference.  A tree is a tree and a wagon is a wagon.  Assuming you're referring to the most popular UK gauge - "OO" then it's half the size in "N" (or double in "O") but the principle is exactly the same.

You also should remember that the most popular gauge in the world (by many miles) is "HO" so being around 8% smaller, that would take some working out if it mattered  !!!



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owen69 wrote:
georgejacksongenius wrote: Yes,whatever it is,count me in too!!


Cheers,John.B.:thumbs
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Yes.

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Ken wrote: Hope it'll be something in "N" gauge!!!:roll:

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Ken

The idea is for any member to learn something new or try a different method,. as Peter mentioned the scale will only apply to you as the technique will be the same, just different sizes etc.

Our thought is for the person to explain and show in one thread, and another thread running at the same time for all those participating to ask questions and show their work.

First monthly project will be revealed tomorrow and the person leading it.

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In my case I'd be modelling in O gauge so its just a matter of getting a scale rule in the scale your modelling in.

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        You might be suprised where I've dropped my keks in the past!!!:twisted:
(Then again.you might not!):lol::lol::lol: .....Once,while passing Elland Road (Leeds Utd),me and my mate mooned at the ground from our coach window!
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Cheers,John.B.:thumbs

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