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The Sheep Chronicles. Like a Lambstone Cowboy. The continuing adventures of Norman Lockhart.

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6 minutes ago, Captain Kernow said:

I think it's clever, but is it Art, darling?

 

There's no smell of turpentine,  no brushes or airbrushes to clean, no mess to clear up, no domestic authorities to upset, so probably no, it's not Art, chuck.

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I am up......which is not to say I am awake. I can say that I am no longer used to nightshifts.  

 

I am hoping to do something today.....but am unable to say what yet. More tea required. 

 

Rob

 

 

 

 

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10 hours ago, NHY 581 said:

Wish we could tick more than once Rob, just such a tranquil image. You can imagine the Loco just quietly simmering away, whilst the Crew have a Brew up and put the world to rights.

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1 hour ago, Andrew P said:

Wish we could tick more than once Rob, just such a tranquil image. You can imagine the Loco just quietly simmering away, whilst the Crew have a Brew up and put the world to rights.

 

I couldn't agree more, it looks fantastic

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That’s how I want my layout to turn out because that is spot on!

 

Very inspirational Rob

 

Chris

 

 

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Thanks Keith. 

 

Bleat Wharf is built on the larger of the two tables above which form the LACK nest of tables from IKEA. The scenic section as below  measures 120cm x 80cm which is roughly 4ft x 16 inches.  

 

 

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Cheers, 

 

Rob 

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Lovely Rob, I love that Red Indian NO,:no: Apache, NO,:no: Patchy :good: effect on the concrete, superb.:yes:

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9 hours ago, NHY 581 said:

Bleat Wharf is built on the larger of the two tables above which form the LACK nest of tables from IKEA. The scenic section as below  measures 120cm x 80cm which is roughly 4ft x 16 inches.   

 

Thanks Rob, shows just how effective your modelling is, as it looks so much bigger!

 

Keith

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