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 Posted: Wed Jun 27th, 2018 01:24 pm
   
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Daniel Osvaldo Caso
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Next is a kind of 'unreal unreality'.
The line of houses at the back are remains of the now chpped "ROCHEFORT".
They never were more than a row of false fronts at the backdrop but I like to play and these photos were a funny moment



























Next is some of the stuff I have been preparing every now and then for the coming floating market













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 Posted: Wed Jun 27th, 2018 01:30 pm
   
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 Posted: Wed Jun 27th, 2018 01:35 pm
   
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That was it for now.

Daniel





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 Posted: Wed Jun 27th, 2018 04:07 pm
   
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 Posted: Wed Jun 27th, 2018 04:24 pm
   
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Daniel Osvaldo Caso wrote: 
Lee:

Thank you for your kind words.

Bagette, Camembert, Paturain, Bujolais Nuveau!!!  :boogie:

(That is all my French. The French names for my layouts were given to me  by French friends! Sorry!!!)


Daniel,

My French is very poor, as I took German in college (but have not used in in many years).
I must admit my Dutch needs a lot of work as well as it's been a VERY long time since I've needed that.

But as for your scenes,
my wife and I were in France in May and your riverside scenes especially remind me very much of a very nice afternoon we spent in Bayeux
(and had the best crepes ever).
It is a very accurate representation!




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 Posted: Wed Jun 27th, 2018 04:38 pm
   
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Love your trees.

Any chance you could reveal how you make them?
What materials do you use?

Larry Gant



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 Posted: Wed Jun 27th, 2018 06:49 pm
   
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Thank you, Chris.
It's really nice to know you like it. :2t:

Daniel




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 Posted: Wed Jun 27th, 2018 07:07 pm
   
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Lee:

But you must have been here for decades!
Learning Dutch and after a long time not using it still being able to write it as you do is really something.

The Dutch language is really a headache... Correction: a lot of headaches to learn.
But once one can use it, it has as all other languages a very unique beauty impossible to translate.

I wish my Dutch was better than my English but is more or less even poor.
Not really a problem because I have nothing essential to add to what have been already said in this world. :us:




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4) First calm down.
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 Posted: Wed Jun 27th, 2018 07:19 pm
   
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Lee:

Regarding my scenes: well, my eyes have paid hard for my ignorance and the times when I was able to model N scale are gone.
Same regarding HO and 0 scales.
I have been balancing at the boundaries between 1/32 and next bigger scale and I am used to refer to myself as Mr. Magoo.

( L: ... Wait, Daniel: these people are going to think you are a caricature of Justice: half blind, half deaf and with nothing to say ...!!! :) )

Daniel




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 Posted: Wed Jun 27th, 2018 07:45 pm
   
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Wow!

I'm at a loss for words.
Clearly, this is a passion for you.
I've never seen any better modeling in my life.





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