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 Posted: Tue Mar 29th, 2011 08:10 am
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Janner wrote:   I must try my hand a card project sometime.

John, not just sometime but now - get stuck into them. 
I have a Metcalfe kit or two that I have to fiddle around with the give some 3D effects as well.

The big advantage with Scalescenes, that if you muck up one bit, print it out the page again & start afresh

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Really great build Ron, sitting on the platform with matching platform sides it looks superb!! I like the way you have added the gents around the back, it actually looks much more authentic.



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Scalescenes wrote: Really great build Ron, sitting on the platform with matching platform sides it looks superb!! I like the way you have added the gents around the back, it actually looks much more authentic.

Thanks John.

With the platform not that long, I did not want to stretch the building all the way along so it was perfect for the gents to go at the back.

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Looks great planted Ron, so much so i have just ordered a few more scalescenes goodies this week and have big plans for my terminus station, i think i nearly have a full house just best get some card now!



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Sol wrote: Janner wrote:   I must try my hand a card project sometime.

John, not just sometime but now - get stuck into them. 
I have a Metcalfe kit or two that I have to fiddle around with the give some 3D effects as well.

The big advantage with Scalescenes, that if you muck up one bit, print it out the page again & start afresh



Hi, Sol,

Remember, if you take a scan of a Metcalfe before you start, you can print out a " 'mergency stickin' plaster' " to cover up co'-ups or alternatively re-cover a Metcalfe with Scalescenes paper to match your layout [or cover up mega-co'-ups!!!]

Doug

[ who has made most of the card and paper mistakes already, often.....]


Oh, there's several 'free' Scalescenes to try your hand on too.

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Yes Doug, I have tried the "freebies" as well.
I do have Metclfe goods shed that needs attention - I may completely re-brick it either with Scalescenes or The Brickyard package. ( this gives me an idea for a new thread)

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Sorry, Ron, I should have made it clear that I was trying to encourage John, I know you are an old-hand at Scalescenes stuff now!

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Sounds like the cowboys are moving in! patch up cover up! what happened to the precision card building:mutley



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wogga wrote:
Sounds like the cowboys are moving in! patch up cover up! what happened to the precision card building:mutley

Yes Wogga and when that ol' dawg does build a perfect one he then goes and cuts it, batters it and slaps paint all over it :shock: Somehow makes it look better though :thumbs

Nice build Ron, a great addition to layout, you can have your thread back now;-)



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