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  • Good anniversary, Anne and Troels!

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    • Hi Troels:

      Great start on the ship. There's my favorite Ice company in the rear. I wish you could get someone to do a kit of it. Keep up the good work.

      Karl S

      Karl S.

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      • Let me add congratulations to Anne and Troels on their 35 years together. May you have many happy years yet to come.

        Rob Morrison

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        • Karl,

          No need for a kit. Look at how Troels builds his buildings and do something similar. I am on my second such building project, a depot similar to his. Troels of course is a true artist and very fast workman, so his efforts are excellent. But I am learning, SLOWLY, and having fun as well.

          And also get his video "Realistic Color for Railroad Modeling" if you don't already have it.

          Troels has been a great teacher to many of us following his forums.

          Rob Morrison

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          • @troels...may you have another 35 (or more) great years with your lovely wife. happy anniversary!

            @karl,...with your skills i'm sure you could scratch build the ice structure and do a fantastic job of it.

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            • Congrats Troels. Happy Anniversary.
              Chris Lyon

              http://www.lyonvalleynorthern.blogspot.com

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                Originally posted by postalkarl


                Hi Troels:

                Great start on the ship. There's my favorite Ice company in the rear. I wish you could get someone to do a kit of it. Keep up the good work.

                Karl S

                Karl S.


                I built his ice house. I feel like you can, too.

                Rich

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                • Thank you for all the nice greetings for our 35th anniversary, also from Anne!

                  I have been sitting at my modeling table painting details and figures for a couple of nights...

                  Mr. Orrgren is now ready to work outside the greenhouse. And a vendor of domestic paraphernalia now trades from a very weathered stall across from the bank in Convers... Ma Furlow from the fruit store next door seems to have opinions about the quality of his products...




                  Troels Kirk

                  Näsum, Sweden

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                  • looks like an interesting scene starting troels.

                    and the green house is wonderful!

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                    • sorry to be a pest troels...but i gotta know. how in the world did you make those pots on the table?

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                      • That's a very nice scene (the open air market stall).
                        It's only make-believe

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                        • I had the pleasure to introduce the Coast Line RR and the artistic approach to model railroading of Troels Kirk to the Niagara Region of the NMRA at the 2012 Convention in Sudbury Ontario Canada. The photos from Troels Kirk were used with permission as well as the forum thread discussions about modeling techniques and layout scenery work. The audience were extremely interested in Troels work and had lots of questions about his techniques. Thanks Troels for allowing me to share your talent with my fellow Canadian modellers.


                          Chris Lyon

                          http://www.lyonvalleynorthern.blogspot.com

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                          • Chris, I'm glad the presentation went well, and honoured that the Coast Line was the subject! If my approach can inspire others to create their own scratchbuilt structures and their own unique layout instead of copying and relying entirely on kits I would be very pleased :-)
                            Troels Kirk

                            Näsum, Sweden

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                              Originally posted by kebmo


                              sorry to be a pest troels...but i gotta know. how in the world did you make those pots on the table?


                              You're far from pest status Kevin! I actually just bought and painted the pots and pan from Scalelink... part of their S&D details line. As are the other details, except for the horridly run down market stall...
                              Troels Kirk

                              Näsum, Sweden

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                              • Congratulations on your 35th anniversary! May you have many more!

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