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  • Graffen
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    Originally posted by Michael_Hohn View Post
    Fantastic.

    By the way, how large is it?

    - Mike
    Thanks! It's 10" x 8" and 9" high.

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  • Graffen
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    Originally posted by Bill_Gill View Post
    That 's a terrific buildI And great colors! (one tiny detail seems not up to the rest: the barrel on the front porch has seams so wide that gravel could leak out)
    It is old and leaky, that's why they use it as a trash bin .

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  • Bill_Gill
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    That 's a terrific buildI And great colors! (one tiny detail seems not up to the rest: the barrel on the front porch has seams so wide that gravel could leak out)

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  • Philip
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    Great!

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  • desertdrover
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    That is one outstanding looking structure!

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  • Rick
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    Wow!!!

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  • Michael_Hohn
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    Fantastic.

    By the way, how large is it?

    - Mike

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  • Graffen
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    Getting there....





















    Still have to glass the upstairs windows, add furniture and lights, rafter ends and final weathering....

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  • Rick
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    It all looks good to me.

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  • Dutchman
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    I like the interior very much, Michael.

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  • Michael_Hohn
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    Very nice. The various roof angles and materials add a lot of interest.

    Mike

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  • Philip
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    Very Nice work Mike and thanks for the tutorials!

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  • Graffen
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    A bit of progress.
    The roof over the small building is built and painted.


    The paper is the one that was supplied in the kit just to get some variation from the main roof

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  • TRAINS1941
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    That is some great work. Matching those floors one wouldn't be able to tell unless you told us.

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  • UKGuy
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    You're doing a great job of engineering the parts to come apart so that you have access to the interior, yet when they are together, they appear seamless and fit perfectly as if glued together.

    I appreciate the effort that goes in to achieving this and the planning and thought that is needed to pull it off well.
    I've done it on a few builds and from experience know the amount of effort it requires. So much more than just a straight build.

    Great work.

    Karl. A

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