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  • Ah yes, with the scenery around it even improves the charm of the buildings.

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    • Troels, I think that the thing I admire most about your work is the creativeness, the execution stands well on its own, without doubt, however, it is the conceptual element of your builds that keeps me glued to your work.

      It is a wonderful thing to be able to model so well, but it is a far greater thing to come up with an original idea and design. That, IMO is true creativeness.

      Karl.A

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      • Another Great building Troels. It definitely will fit right in with all the other GREAT buildings on the Coast Line RR. I too appriciate your creative thinking, in regard to the little details you come up with that make the buildings and scene come alive.

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        • Troels -

          Very nicely done. I'm looking forward to seeing it installed.
          -John

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          • What happened? I think I blinked

            The Weavery looks very nice.

            Arthur
            Arthur

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            • A little quick one, the first of the small houses where the inhabitant of Teal's Cove live. I cut a part off a wood load from a Bachmann loco for the firewood (man, that resin is HARD!!) and will of course blend it in with extra wood, axe, saw etc. Chimney carved from foam, the rest as usual. The sign was black and white, so I photoshop-airbrushed it for some color.




              Troels Kirk

              Näsum, Sweden

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              • Troels,

                Looks good. What about touching up that wood pile with a light A/I wash? I do the same thing with all the wood loads on my shay and climax. It gives it more detail and depth.

                Arthur
                Arthur

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                • Very nice little house, Troels. The photoshopped sign is beautiful. The rust on the sides is very realistic.

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                  • Wonderful little cottage, Troels your little people will appreciate a nice worm and dry place in those New England winters.

                    Mark
                    W,L,&E

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                    • Very nice,

                      any chance of getting a copy of the sign?

                      Thanks
                      Sitting along side the orignal Central Pacific Rail Road.



                      Home of The Great On30 Barn Meet, that will be held May 16th 2015

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                      • Troals,

                        Another nice addition to the railroad.

                        Don't forget the outhouse.

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                        • Troels,

                          Very nice little house. Love the sign.
                          Tom M.

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                          • A great little house and the weathering on the sign is just perfect. Very inspiring.

                            Gary

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                            • quote:


                              Originally posted by BigLars


                              Troals,

                              Another nice addition to the railroad.

                              Don't forget the outhouse.


                              Thanks for the reminder! Just before falling asleep last night a little voice said "remember the outhouse"... must have been your thoughtwaves I'll make one today!
                              Troels Kirk

                              Näsum, Sweden

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                                Originally posted by jcoop


                                Very nice,

                                any chance of getting a copy of the sign?

                                Thanks


                                Of course!


                                Troels Kirk

                                Näsum, Sweden

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