For discussion of the issues faced when building a model or layout - how to replicate wood, what glues to use, exactly how much weathering can a Gnat take, a good source of detailing accessories - you get the picture, I'm sure.
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Given your abilities with everything else I can’t exactly see people painting as being a problem.
Nice to get pretty much the ‘full effect’ seeing most of the layout in that first pic.
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Thanks Chris (and Peter)
I hope to be able to post photos from our first exhibitions in a few weeks time, I will include the full layout from both sides. I'm not sure about lighting at the moment, and just want to concentrate on what I've got so far, as it's bigger than anything else I've have done before (surprise, surprise).
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