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  • #16
    Louis, you are a 'treasure trove' of innovative ideas for detail stuff. When I have some free time (and no yardwork!) this winter, I intend to place copies of your how-to's in RR-L's "Classroom" forum area for safe keeping and easy access/reference. Thanks for taking the time to explain and illustrate how you make things like this flag. :up: :up:

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    • #17
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      Originally posted by MikeC


      Louis, you are a 'treasure trove' of innovative ideas for detail stuff. When I have some free time (and no yardwork!) this winter, I intend to place copies of your how-to's in RR-L's "Classroom" forum area for safe keeping and easy access/reference. Thanks for taking the time to explain and illustrate how you make things like this flag. :up: :up:


      Thanks so much for your thoughts Mike. It means alot. I like nothing more than to see some of my how-to's in the classroom. Thanks again.


      Louis
      Pacific Northwest Logging in the East Coast

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      • #18
        For those of you that are as impatient as I am. You can use the "Invisible" type of Scotch tape to stick the tissue with and it works fine. I just ran a bunch of flags through; cut the tape stick on the next piece and so on.

        I also tried using some textured T.P. for the flag and it helps to create the look of wrinkles in the breeze.

        This is a great tip!
        "What the heck wuz that?"

        Ron Haviland

        Owner/Operator

        Red Water Railway Co.

        L.B. & S Shortline RR.



        Podunk, New England

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        • #19
          Ba Bamb! TY!
          Philip

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          • #20
            Originally posted by Philip View Post
            Ba Bamb! TY!
            Philip, That is another BIG reason I miss MikeC so much. He did enjoy my ideas and builds, and did want to post many of my builds in the classroom but was unable to ever do that. Poor guy, gone way to young.


            Louis
            Pacific Northwest Logging in the East Coast

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            • #21
              You never seem to run out of ideas Louis!

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