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  • Thanks Ralph, those are very kind words.

    The DVD is the type to give you a few key perspectives on painting your models. Something other DVD's I have watched maybe missed. This DVD is definitely in my top list of videos.

    Ron
    My Youtube Channel

    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCN2BGOc8muLgx4MVNEk8yrA

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    • Thanks for the kind words!

      And Kathy, I had to make a good fit this time... in Cranberry the access is very tight for a guy of my stature... I mmake the scenery forms from hot glued cardboard strips, followed by fibreglass mesh tape (for drywall joints), then come back with a layer or two of plaster bandage.
      Troels Kirk

      Näsum, Sweden

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      • quote:


        Originally posted by kathymillatt


        I'm jealous of everyone getting their DVDs.

        Here's hoping the PAL one is out soon...

        Kathy


        kathy, my copy works just fine on my DVD player, most support other versions (i thought mine wouldnt since it was so old, but dose) and if yours dosnt i think all there is to do is to find a setting somewhere with your remote.

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        • Timothy, or can we call you Tim?

          I called my father Sir, my name is Ralph.

          Happy to have you on-board.

          Ralph
          Growing Old is Mandatory
          .... Growing up is optional!

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          • Ralph, Tim works, but most people know me by my nick name TJ.[:-batman]

            and I will refrain from the Sir comments I promise thanks for the welcome, been a lurker for years, but only started posting a lil' while ago. love these forums, lots of great modelers and so much inspiration its staggering.
            Just call me TJ...

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            • Troels

              Thanks - I have tonnes of scenery forms to do soon and I think I had some drywall mesh somewhere. I may have to buy some more as it easier than finding the original stash. I have tonnes of plaster bandage that I bought cheap but was wondering what to put it onto.

              I'll have to try an NTSC version of the DVD as patience is not my strong point! Ron's review made me even more keen (if possible)! My laptop is fairly new as my last one blew up its motherboard so it should cope.

              Kathy
              www.kathymillatt.co.uk

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              • Basic bank thrown together and painted awfully white! My camera's exposure and white balance got an anxiety attack taking this photo...

                A very simple structure. When these white coats are dry tomorrow, I'll make the bank less Colgatey... The windows will get a coat more before the glazing.


                Troels Kirk

                Näsum, Sweden

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                • awfull white and WB on camera's....lookin good Troels

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                  • HEY! This last building looks like a Bank.

                    And is looking good. 8D
                    It's only make-believe

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                    • When it's awful it's nice. When it's nice, it's wonderful.

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                      • Hmmm... I guess a bank building should be a little more wellkept than the average. I guess it easier to trust your savings in a bank with an office that is well kept than one looks like shack. I guess painting it light faded gray with white trim would do the job... But then again I trust in Troels eye to make it credible and eyecatching like anything else.
                        www.olaviahokas.com/trainstuff

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                        • Troels, is the nicely dressed man waiting to put money in or take it out. Maybe he's on his way to the LHS and needs a cash advanve. Tom

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                          • It looks like he is looking for a loan... but on the second look he looks quite a lot like a certain model railroad dealer in Stockholm who was still active back in the late 1980.s...lol

                            it that sence it makes sence as the Nitpicker bar is more or less out of the business he might be foresighted enogh to become a local dealer of various metals, mostly brass and need a little push form the bank to open up the famed Petersons Brass Import LTD.
                            www.olaviahokas.com/trainstuff

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                            • This guy is actually an actor at the Convers Globe theater, playing th dorcot in Uncle Vanya... I just used him for size reference, and he will end up being photographed by the Convers Gazette reporter in front of the theater...
                              Troels Kirk

                              Näsum, Sweden

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                              • great
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