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 Posted: Sun Apr 29th, 2007 11:32 pm
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ROFL.........That was fun.....:)

Nice piece of Scrap Trebor:moose::thumb:



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 Posted: Tue May 1st, 2007 01:05 am
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Here's an overview of where I am.



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Sheesh Bob!

You have put me to shame!

You have just about completed a whole mini and I am still trudging along on one structure!!!

Great work!!  :moose::thumb::moose::thumb:



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The micro is looking great Bob, full without looking to crowded, don't forget to leave space for a few trees!

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 Posted: Sat May 5th, 2007 05:47 pm
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Thanks for the compliments. I didn't have much time this week but I did work on the water tower some.



 



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I like that little tower Bob.:moose:

Is that a kit?



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Bob,

Good looking ...:thumb:

How you do the brick work on the water tower?



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 Posted: Sun May 6th, 2007 01:13 am
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The water tower is scratch built. I used the same material for the walls that I used for the Engine House. After I glued it together and cut out the door opening, I used joint  compound for the stucco effect. I applied it with a putty knife around the edges. When it was dry, I sanded it smooth. I sprayed it cement color and then painted the bricks. I finished it with a wash of India Ink and alcohol. The tank is made from PVC pipe.

You can't tell in the picture, but the door is a piece of metal mesh. Everything else is styrene.



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Great job! :bg::bg::bg::thumb:



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Cool!  :thumb::thumb:



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