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sgtbob
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sgtbob
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I forgot to mention that I did add one LP but it looks like he's taking a break right now.

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Bob, it is very difficult to distinguish the difference between that last shot with the machine operator from a real shop and a model'...The figure is absolutely authentic looking as well as the entire street view looking in'.. Fabulous job Bob'... Outstanding'..


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sgtbob
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Posted - 03/05/2019 :  07:16:29 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Thanks Ted, your comment is much appreciated.

It will most likely be a few days before I can get photos outside in natural light but
in the meantime here's a few shots playing around with lights.

Twilight time:







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sgtbob
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Evening time:







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sgtbob
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In the Dark of night:










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Bill Gill
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Posted - 03/05/2019 :  07:24:19 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Good stuff, Bob, inside & out, day & night!


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Guff
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Well Bob...Just when I didn't think your pharmacy/toothpick build could get any better, you did it! The lighting is wonderful!
Each time you make a build I say it's one of my favorites. Now this one is too but it goes to the top of my favorite sgtbob list!
Thanks for sharing your work. It was fun following along.
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Frank Palmer
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Wowza!


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Carl B
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Just brilliant!


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Ensign
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Posted - 03/05/2019 :  8:31:30 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Bob, you light up my life when you post night time photos of your beautiful work!
Day or night your work always shines brightly!

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Orionvp17
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What Greg and everyone else said!

Like!

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ocalicreek
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Superb!

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sgtbob
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Thanks guys, I will still be waiting a few days to get outside for some last photos. My
next two projects have nothing to do with model railroads

project 1. Clean up my shop and work area. It will be more like an archaeological dig than
a clean-up but it REALLY NEEDS IT.

project 2. I have not built a ship model kit in maybe 40-50 years, all mine are scratch
built. However, for the past year or so I have been looking at a Russian kit of a small
steam launch in 1/48 scale and it has really grabbed my fancy. Well, it went on sale and I
just HAD to buy it. I have strong feelings about not turning this model RR forum into a
ship model forum so while I might post a photo every now and then to let you know I am
still working on it I will not be posting a step by step report. I will also be keeping
track on whatever you guys are working on and posting.

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Ensign
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Bob, looking forward to seeing the final outdoor photos, when you get a chance to do them.
Really excited to read about your next project!
I don't think you need to worry about turning this model railroad forum into a ship building forum.
As you already know, I have done a couple of ship building threads, as have a few other members here.
Without steering away from this forums main purpose being a model railroad forum.
I think we all have one thing in common, the desire to see excellent modeling!
Whatever direction that modeling may take us.
You always provide us with excellence, my friend!

So Anchors Away!

Greg Shinnie



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