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 Posted: Tue Apr 22nd, 2008 05:09 pm
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Yep Great job Robert!!!  :moose::moose::moose::moose::moose:




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Absolutely !  It's a great job.  All these little details bring life and dimension to this micro layout.  Congratulations !



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 Posted: Fri Apr 25th, 2008 09:55 am
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Holy gozongas man you got a great micro goin, btw have you got a card game for it like them inglenook puzzles? every time is a great time to make one :D

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ytter_man wrote:  have you got a card game for it like them inglenook puzzles?
Sort of, if you go here: http://www.carendt.us/scrapbook/page66a/, the operation is detailed (way at the bottom). Also, there is some additional information on pages 10 and 11 of this topic.

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Geez, Bob-that is an excellent layout. I love the funkiness and the small lokies!  The details are excellent and  the work is top rate! You need to display it in upcoming shows. I'll bet the Texas Outlaws would love to talk to you about showing it. That group is changing direction from "the largest....." to "the best...."  Other modelers should see what you've done.

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W C Greene wrote: Geez, Bob-that is an excellent layout. I love the funkiness and the small lokies!  The details are excellent and  the work is top rate! You need to display it in upcoming shows. I'll bet the Texas Outlaws would love to talk to you about showing it. That group is changing direction from "the largest....." to "the best...."  Other modelers should see what you've done.

             Woodrow

Woody,

We to get him to bring it to the Div 3 Meet...Everyone would love to see it..



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 Posted: Tue Apr 29th, 2008 01:24 am
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Thanks for all the compliments. This has been a fun project.



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Excellent Layout Bob, very similar to many in the UK - not concept BUT sizewise.:thumb:



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You had the fun doing it.

We had nearly as much fun watching.:c2:



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I was playing with Photoshop and came up with this.



 



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