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 Posted: Wed Dec 12th, 2007 12:45 am
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Petermac wrote: how about a thread on how you paint your people ? I noticed you said you were busy painting them and painted in overall black first. I remember seeing an article on just such a method somewhere
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If you google the platelayers model railway group in Canada and then find members web pages, find the link to Brian Fayle, it is the reference you will need. He has a step by step instruction on painting people.

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http://www.brifayle.ca/

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 Posted: Wed Dec 12th, 2007 09:11 am
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Alternatively you could always look in the Index under F for Figures. :roll:



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 Posted: Wed Dec 12th, 2007 11:32 am
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Robert wrote:Alternatively you could always look in the Index under F for Figures. :roll:

I KNEW it would be there but when I saw "figures" I thought "Flamin' sums again" :oops: :oops: :oops:


Thanks for the link Marty and for the wink William.

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OK then, what about P for Painting, it's all cross referenced.



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Robert wrote:OK then, what about P for Painting, it's all cross referenced.

I'll look there then Bob - can't think of any unusual connotations for "P" !!! :lol: :lol: :lol:

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Make sure you follow the instructions, Peter, or it will be P for P*ss Poor Paint Job :!: :!:

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Petermac wrote:Robert wrote:Alternatively you could always look in the Index under F for Figures. :roll:

I KNEW it would be there but when I saw "figures" I thought "Flamin' sums again" :oops: :oops: :oops:


Thanks for the link Marty and for the wink William.

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But when I thought 'figures' my wife was looking over my shoulder and I decided to go to the BBC news site.... Can't be too careful :?

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Gwent Rail wrote:Make sure you follow the instructions, Peter, or it will be P for P*ss Poor Paint Job :!: :!:

:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

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But when I thought 'figures' my wife was looking over my shoulder and I decided to go to the BBC news site.... Can't be too careful :?


Never said a word Tim !!!! :lol: :lol: :lol:

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Sorry I have not posted for a while. Work got a little busy, however, I did have some free time to work on a few projects on the Bickley Central
I finished the canal, and gas works.












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Welcome back william. I thought we had lost you, but you have come back in style with more super pictures. Is that a scratch built gas works or have you used a kit. Which ever it does look very good.

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William, I have read this topic now from the start as I did not join until late last year.
A very good layout room & layout - taken with the track plan & the scenery you have done to date.

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Sorry, first time I have seen this one as well. Looks great - love the viaduct and the gas works!

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glad to see you back William,missed the progress on the layout,
but you have made up for it,looking really good,hope we can see more.
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Great to see you back on here William, kept your place warm for you. The gas works is a wonderful addition to the layout, like it.



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Really nice William, I like the way the colours you have used in your scenic work blends so well with your backdrops.

Are you going to do any more weathering on the various tanks? and are the trees homemade (in the shot looking down to the canal)? they look really good.

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Some great progress there the gas works looks really good blends in well with the railway scene.


cheers Brian.W

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William,
Like Chris Trerise,this is the first time I've seen this layout,and its absolutely awesome.Love those curves,and REALLY love that viaduct!!! And WHAT A SPACE to run trains in! I'm green with envy,mate.Cracking layout,and looking forward very much to seeing more of it.

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