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  • #31
    [^]Beautiful workmanship', and very nice job with your balsa wood modeling. Good looking layout'.. :up:


    Ted

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    • #32
      Hello to you

      I continue to do my signs.

      I wanted to print upside down and apply to the wood, but that was not a success, I went back to print

      Some pictures








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      • #33
        Love those curtains. Well done.

        ed

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        • #34
          I had forgotten an important detail for my station: the train schedule.

          The problem will be fixed (2.2mmx1.6mm)


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          • #35
            The sheriff (my girlfriend), fearing to see the evildoers fleeing or entering through the window, asked the blacksmith (myself) to make bars for him.

            What was done quickly (well almost ...)


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            • #36
              Looks fantastic! Love the curtains!

              Cheers,

              Dave

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              • #37
                Today as it was a time of m ...... well I stayed in it !!

                and that's what I spent my time


                All balsa of 1mm and 2mm, tinted with Indian ink and rust powder.

                I did not try to do a great thing, the whole will be mounted on a promontory overlooking the ravine with direct ejection.

                We're still not s'emm .... !!










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                • #38
                  One needs a place to read.

                  ed

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                  • #39
                    Nice layout! Nicely detailed!

                    Philip
                    Philip

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                    • #40
                      Thanks to all

                      I started a galley that I do not advise nervous or in a hurry.

                      I started building a log trapper's cabin.(Is there another name?) I'm out of wood, I still miss two floors of logs to have a proper door height. That's where I am


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                      • #41
                        here is where I am today with a first juice of color




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                        • #42
                          whath we say in germay*" jesses noch mal is das guat..."

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                          • #43
                            Thank Frank

                            Update






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                            • #44
                              I added a fireplace and a shelter for the wood






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                              • #45
                                Your structure building skills are incredible. Great work, as always.

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