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2 minutes ago, Alister_G said:

Cracking job as always, and I like how you've cut lumps of the wallage away completely to make it more tumbledown.

 

Al.

Thanks Al, I saved all the bits I cut out, and re used some as you probably saw, I was going to try and cut them as individual broken Stones, but life's to short.:mosking:

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Where would we all be without PVA?  Is there a statue of the person who invented this stuff?  [It is at this point I expect Clive to come and tell us the history of PVA]

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7 hours ago, Bogie said:

Where would we all be without PVA?  Is there a statue of the person who invented this stuff?  [It is at this point I expect Clive to come and tell us the history of PVA]

Little known fact = I'm the Patron Saint of the Hot Glue Gun.:dancer:

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42 minutes ago, Andrew P said:

Little known fact = I'm the Patron Saint of the Hot Glue Gun.:dancer:


I have three problems with hot glue guns

 

1) I always burning my fingers on the tip of the gun

2) The glue cools too quick to be of any use

3) I end up with stringy bits all over the place

 

other than that....

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1 minute ago, chuffinghell said:


I have three problems with hot glue guns

 

1) I always burning my fingers on the tip of the gun

2) The glue cools too quick to be of any use

3) I end up with stringy bits all over the place

 

other than that....

3 ways to counteract that.

 

1) I always burning my fingers on the tip of the gun = get used to it.:swoon:

2) The glue cools too quick to be of any use = Gun not hot enough, test by trying No 1 above.:rolleyes:

3) I end up with stringy bits all over the place = Telegraph Poles to you, if in doubt, use your fingers, see No 1 above.:good:

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Not a lot  to report, but I've had a few running sessions and all is fine.

 

The Stock is now put away as I'm putting a Stairway to Heaven in from my POD / Pit of Doom to the Loft,  (we have a Bungalow) where the O Gauge Seven Mills Sidings will be moved to when done, and then I will have more room for more small projects in  the POD at a later date.

 

The Budoc Bridge Branch will also be up for sale soon.:good:

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18 minutes ago, Andrew P said:

The Budoc Bridge Branch will also be up for sale soon.:good:

Can’t be, you’ve only just started.

Oh, hang on, you’re Andy P aren't you.

:-)

Paul.

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2 minutes ago, Adrian Stevenson said:

Hi Andy, I really like the 2nd photo of three. The eye is drawn into the perspective of the scene.

 

Cheers, Ade.

Thanks Ade, Yes one of my favorites as well.:good:

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9 hours ago, Bogie said:

Is there a separate forum on RMweb of owners of previous Andy Peter's layouts?

Well Peter BB @PeterBB has had 3, and a couple of others have gone to RMW Members. but I think it would be asking a bit much of Management to do that, haha.:rolleyes:

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4 hours ago, Andrew P said:

Well Peter BB @PeterBB has had 3, and a couple of others have gone to RMW Members. but I think it would be asking a bit much of Management to do that, haha.:rolleyes:

True, and thinking about this has also built 5 of his own only 1 of which has been on the web.

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5 hours ago, PeterBB said:

True, and thinking about this has also built 5 of his own only 1 of which has been on the web.

And an excellent job you've made of them as well, PLUS the massive changed to Deesdale Road and Cadley Hill.:good:

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Many thanks for going into so much detail on the previous page regarding the way you tackle your scenery. It is much appreciated (by me at least).

 

It's a job that I keep putting off and think that I might have a go following your guidelines once I've cleared a few other things off the workbench.

 

I've managed to cut and paste the two posts, compress the pictures and print it out on four sides of A4 to have by my side.

 

Thanks again.

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