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  • Frank_Palmer
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    Ralph ole' buddy where have you been hiding? Thanks for the comps. Good to hear from you again and don't stay away so long.

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  • CN6401
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    Hey Frank, what a great job you've done building this Boxcab Critter! Aren't these new fangled tools like 3D printers and Laser Cutters great?

    Wow you have come a long way from your sunken ship, when we last talked, unfortunately you still need help with some weathering skills.

    Just kidding!

    Ralph

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  • Guff
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    Frank,

    thanks! I sure would like to see how you did it!

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  • Frank_Palmer
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    Thanx Thom, always great to hear from you.

    Dave, I tried to “search” for the thread on the caboose but I can’t get the search to do anything. And I can’t find the article in my files either. I’ll keep looking.

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  • Guff
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    Frank,

    Did you do a post on the weathering of the Drovers caboose that is behind the critters as seen in the video Pete posted?

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  • tct855
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    What an awesome video! The critters look and sound very cool indeed! I just love all the great running engines/cars etc. plus the weathering is ridiculously realistic. I just love it all! Can't wait to visit there next year. Thanks for posting the video link. Thanx Thom...

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  • Frank_Palmer
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    Thanks Pete. The gentleman that did this video spent several hours at the Center making it. He did one last year also. The weird thing is he doesn't introduce himself. The videos just appear and then we assume it must have been the guy in the black shirt kind of thing.

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  • PLNT_Line
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    Frank,

    Just saw your "critters" operating on the Sundance Central on YouTube. Great looking and sounding locomotives.

    A YouTube poster by the name of Need4life posted the video on Sept. 22nd. Here is the link...

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=spFGH1n_4BU

    Hope I didn't violate rules by posting the link.

    Pete

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  • Frank_Palmer
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    I had to give up on the old Phoenix 96/97 sound board. just didn't cut it. So I ordered a P8 sound board and will install that this week

    Thanks Thom and Dave.

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  • Guff
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    Frank,

    Your threads are always a joy to watch,

    Thank you!

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  • tct855
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    Frank,

    Always a pleasure to follow along on one of your builds. Lots to see and learn from. Nice job my friend! Thanx Thom...

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  • Frank_Palmer
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    M. Durand, thanks for the thumbs up.

    Tim, are you saying Harry the engineer?

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  • Tim_Godfrey
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    Frank, you are right, I do not take Dave’s figure paintings for granted, I see it every week. This figure is especially nice as the loco provides the perfect backdrop for the “harried” Engineer!! Just superb!!

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  • JGDURAND
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    :up: :up:

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  • Frank_Palmer
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    Thanks Pete.

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