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  • #16
    Oh did I forget to mention, it takes me about 6-8 hours per tree. Sorry that slipped my mind.

    Karl, I hear ya‘ bout the thousand. Phew!

    Dave, I hope you can get some ming fern with the sites I listed. If not let me know and I’ll send out for help.

    Carl, yes I know the joke was used at my clinic. But nay-nay my friend, that style of tree has been used for On30 layouts. That’s where I learned it.

    Thanks Tim, hope you can use the idea.

    Jerry, the tallest ones I made were 64” and over 2” in diameter at the base. how many do you want?

    Greg, I thought I’d branch out in a different direction with this tree thing.

    Craig, thanks.

    Louis, why not a large layout, the Sundance Central is 45’ x 45’ tee-shaped layout and I’ve probably made 40-50 of those trees. A couple of the other guys made quite a few more.

    You’re welcome Rich.

    Bill, we need so many of these trees I wish I could just cone more.
    Frank

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    • #17
      Well said Bill. Great, great job Frank.

      ed

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      • #18
        Well said Bill. Great, great job Frank.

        ed

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        • #19
          OUTSTANDING PRESENTATION FRANK! Thank You! VERY MUCH!id="size5">


          Ted

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          • #20
            Frank,

            You bring so many great projects to the forums, most of us are in awe of your work. Thanks yet again for putting together a great tutorial.

            Jim
            Take the red pill

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            • #21
              As usual Frank, WRONG SCALE! That said that is a

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              tree!!!! :up: :up: :up:

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              • #22
                Great tutorial!

                Philip
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                • #23
                  Thanks Ed.

                  Ted, I hear ya’ man.

                  Well Jim I really appreciate that, thanks. I’ve used this at several clinics in the past and I thought I’d share it here.

                  Mike, well its food for thought, thanks.

                  Phillip, thanks.
                  Frank

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                  • #24
                    Nice tutorial.

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                    • #25
                      Thanks Lynn.
                      Frank

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                      • #26
                        Frank,

                        Thanks for taking the time to post this great tutorial!

                        I'll be making a few trees for staging the buildings I like to make.

                        Dave
                        Dave

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                        • #27
                          You're welcome.
                          Frank

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