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 Posted: Thu Oct 21st, 2010 07:24 am
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Hi people, Just wondering, has Anyone ever used the Brassmasters windowframes for the scalescenes kits at all?. :hmm


Just wondered if they were worth buying and are they Really noticeable once you have used them?..
If anyone can help or has any experience of using them, Cheers :pathead

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 Posted: Thu Oct 21st, 2010 09:59 am
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Hi, Derbs,

Have a look here. I've never used them because they cost money and I'm allergic to spending the stuff, but here is John Wiffen's take on the subject. To me they look rather tasty.  [scroll down a bit...]


http://scalescenes.com/southoakroad/?PHPSESSID=6b0569a3ccd232794ced07121eb32a72


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ok thanks, yes they do look great, just don't know whether to try some or not, i don't like spending either! lol:mutley

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Did you notice John Wiffen's modelling? Talk about slap-dash shoddy work just thrown together willy-nilly........:mutley



He's probably an Australian with too high an opinion of himself, eh? All Fosters Lager and clumsy fingers, cor.....:oops::oops:


I'm glad he isn't a YMR member, I'd tell him a thing or two.....probably only had electricity for a couple of years out there in the out-back, probably worse than Ongar....



Seriously, he does some good stuff, doesn't he.

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Yes know what you mean lol, amazing work, i'm just printing out his high street to do, also been combining scalescenes stuff with metcalfe for other buildings.
And can't believe scalescenes isn't his full time job!, very efficient bloke too. Damn!!, how can he be good at so much stuff!!

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dooferdog wrote: Seriously, he does some good stuff, doesn't he.

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And he speaks highly of you, Doof.

So when are you going to write that book? :lol:

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I have also already told Doug he should be writing a book

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No pressure Doug but where do we send our advance orders to?:thumbs

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Ages ago i posted a pic of a fishermans cottage ,taken from a jig saw puzzle picture ,with that i used scale link brass windows ,i don't know if Bob or Sols magic can find the pics . the windows are very good easy to work with and can be glazed with klear or similar. Will try to take a pic of the stencil i have left .one day i will be able to post pics on here:roll: they were about £9 a throw but plenty on the stencil.



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Yay!, someone back on subject lol ;o) , cheers for that mate

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Sparky, here you are
http://yourmodelrailway.net/view_topic.php?id=599&forum_id=14

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Thanks for finding it Sol. Crickey Nov 2007, and its still not sitting in the river yet. In fact there is no river yet.:oops:.
Hopefully with winter coming closer  i can get on with some modeling. not brilliant pics of the windows ,must do better.



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dooferdog wrote: Did you notice John Wiffen's modelling? Talk about slap-dash shoddy work just thrown together willy-nilly........:mutley



He's probably an Australian with too high an opinion of himself, eh? All Fosters Lager and clumsy fingers, cor.....:oops::oops:


I'm glad he isn't a YMR member, I'd tell him a thing or two.....probably only had electricity for a couple of years out there in the out-back, probably worse than Ongar....



Seriously, he does some good stuff, doesn't he.

Doug


Doug, he is now, so you can tell him a thing or two :mutley

 

Just purchased the goods shed to build in Random Ashlar stone.

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... and me the bridge in Random Ashlar stone, albeit in N.  The buttresses are 3cm too short for what I'm doing but I think I can stretch them a bit. :thumbs



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Sol wrote: dooferdog wrote: Did you notice John Wiffen's modelling? Talk about slap-dash shoddy work just thrown together willy-nilly........:mutley

Seriously, he does some good stuff, doesn't he.

Doug


Doug, he is now, so you can tell him a thing or two :mutley







 

Just purchased the goods shed to build in Random Ashlar stone.


AAAaaagh!:oops::oops::oops::oops::oops::oops::oops::oops::oops::oops:

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He, Mr Scalescenes is not too bad, he has given me permission to post any of his images of his products from his site into YMR ( not the ones others have built & posted to John for the site though).

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