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 Posted: Fri Mar 18th, 2011 10:41 am
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I like the modelling of the workshop/store, especially the weathering Perry. Very effective.



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Thanks, Bob.

Maybe I'll add a ladder and some timber leaned against the wall and some bits and pieces of metal and wood piled up nearby. I think it will look good. It was a really good idea of yours- thanks again.

I still have to spray all the paper and card with matt varnish before I fix the workship front in place.
P.S. SWMBO doesn't like the colour or the weathering! :thudBut then again, what does she know about railway modelling? :roll:;-)

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Only a minor point - you won't need the wall to be full height along the end of the overbridge, unless the road stops there...
But, it looks great and very natural, as if it was meant to be there.



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The end wall is is there at the moment because the arched wall butts up against the baseboard front trim strip. It's not fixed in place. I needed something to hide the construction of the road 'tunnel' from view from the front of the baseboard. I had a scrap piece of foamboard and some brick paper on the bench so I thought I might as well use it. I realise it's not ideal so I may cut a new front profile board at some time in the future to hide it properly. That can wait until I sort out the rest of the scenic planning though.

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Perry wrote: .............................................I think it's going to work out well. :thumbs

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And so do I Perry - very well. :thumbs:thumbs




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Thanks, Petermac! :thumbs

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