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I opened a thread on modelling uses for everyday items. You could add this if you wished :)

 

On my mobile or I’d post the link

 

Good one by the way never would have thought of it!

Thanks ianmacc

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Using my "crayon" methord ive been busy making more trackside flowers in pink

this time...

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Hi chaps,

ive been busy making more scenery wild flowers tonight using clumps of static grass and "powder crayon" glued on top...

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Few more flowers glued in tonight...

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I think this is a brilliant idea for getting small amounts of varying colours, the only concern I have, before I commit myself,  is how the wax will stand up to a hot summer in the loft or shed. 

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If you dont want to use wax crayons try using normal colouring pencils. They are a bit harder to get the colour out of, but could work, or even pastel type chalks.

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10 hours ago, lenht said:

I think this is a brilliant idea for getting small amounts of varying colours, the only concern I have, before I commit myself,  is how the wax will stand up to a hot summer in the loft or shed. 

It should stand up pretty well, it would take an exceptional temperature of the sort that would cause other damage to a layout. 

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On ‎26‎/‎03‎/‎2019 at 00:03, lenht said:

I think this is a brilliant idea for getting small amounts of varying colours, the only concern I have, before I commit myself,  is how the wax will stand up to a hot summer in the loft or shed. 

Ive not had any problems on my home layout with heat melting the fine powder crayons:good:

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On ‎26‎/‎03‎/‎2019 at 07:20, 14Steve14 said:

If you dont want to use wax crayons try using normal colouring pencils. They are a bit harder to get the colour out of, but could work, or even pastel type chalks.

Pencils or chalks would be prity good idea!!!

well worth try...:good:

 

 

cheers neil..

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Been making more flower today on Banks road..

using static grass,spray mount glue and crushed up crayons...

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Wil post up some "New" static grass flowers ive been making over last few weekends..

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Been busy last few days making new flowers from coloured crayons,and more static grass clumps..

also climbing roses on buildings too.:senile::D

thanks for looking guys...

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Heres how my latest flowers look on the layout this evening...

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I can just make out the climbing Roses, they look good, what did you use for them?

Steve.

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On ‎07‎/‎10‎/‎2019 at 14:28, sb67 said:

I can just make out the climbing Roses, they look good, what did you use for them?

Steve.

Here you go Steve,much better pictures here of the climbing roses used by crayon powders...

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Another little colourful job using crayons...

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Little more scenic added this evening,

and colour powder crayon mixs..

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They look great saxokid, very nice work :)

Steve.

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7 minutes ago, sb67 said:

They look great saxokid, very nice work :)

Steve.

Cheers Steve your very kind sir...

few more flowers made to,great fun doing these...

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On ‎12‎/‎08‎/‎2018 at 10:41, ianmacc said:

I opened a thread on modelling uses for everyday items. You could add this if you wished :)

 

On my mobile or I’d post the link

 

Good one by the way never would have thought of it!

Yes please post up link :good_mini:

 

 

thanks neil..

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