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 Posted: Wed Jul 25th, 2012 10:13 pm
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           You gave it away????? :shock:Who got it then? Was it a competition prize or something,or did you donate it to the YMR stall??

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I gave it to one of the YMR Exhibition chappies to go on a module made up from bits and pieces, where it is now I have no idea!

 

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Scalescenes wrote: Really superb build Terry, many thanks for posting the images! I'm slowly shuffling my way towards a Doors and windows pack designed with self adhesive paper in mind.

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I'm finding A4 sheets of self adhesive vinyl work well for window frames on  recent scratch builds. I started using it for coach sides, I've also used it to print brick, tile and stone textures; my printer will only handle card up to 203gsm so I tend to print textures to self adhesive paper or vinyl when  I need to use heavier card.



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Mmmmm.... Might have to give the self-adhesive window frames a go... Might save me some time with buildings towards the back of the layout.

Lovely builds both...

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I'm just starting this kit in N Gauge with the Random Ashlar finish so will post progress reports. I think I'm going to go for the Brassmasters windows though.



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I am now starting the same shed as Terry - so far, so good.



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Looking forward to seeing the finished model Ron.  Here's the same model enlarged to 7mm scale which I saw at a show recently:




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So far , both walls  built - top wall shows the interior with the power box



As I type this, the end walls have been built & the 4 walls are drying from being glued together.



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That is looking very good Ron.

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Nice job Ron :thumbs

I am sure you are enjoying this build? I think it is one of John Wiffen's best designs



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Looking good Ron. :thumbs

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In a temporary location with it's occupant - one day it will be weathered......




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Looking good Ron.......you have done a particularly nice job with the vent intake:thumbs



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