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#21 Posted : 10 June 2019 22:22:18

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Thanks guys for looking in and your comments.

I have started on the structures now, cutting of the plastic and replacing with PE. Also adding some steps where they are meant to be.

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#22 Posted : 10 June 2019 22:44:28

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Chris

That is coming on so well.

That brass etch set really adds to this model with some very nicely detailed parts. Think this is one of those times were the brass additions really do have a value.

Hope it continues well.

Tony
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#23 Posted : 10 June 2019 23:18:32

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Looking good Chris, lovely update....Cool Cool

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#24 Posted : 21 June 2019 09:57:55

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Excellent photos with great details Chris. Looking forward to follow the build.
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#25 Posted : 21 June 2019 14:35:44

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I can see this is going to turn out mind-boggling.

No - scratch that...
It already IS mind-boggling!Love

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#26 Posted : 21 June 2019 15:49:41

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The etch work looks great Chris BigGrin regards Phil
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#27 Posted : 24 June 2019 21:24:57

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Thanks for the nice comments guys.

I have installed the decks and added some rust streaks. Also I have started on the railings.

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#28 Posted : 24 June 2019 21:39:33

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Looking good Chris, lovely work being done.....Cool Cool

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#29 Posted : 02 July 2019 21:56:31

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Thanks Alan for the nice comments.

Here are the latest pictures. Boy is this hard and fiddly . I added chain for the Chain. I also added the railings and then painted the assembly which was stressful.

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#30 Posted : 02 July 2019 22:08:12

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Fabulous work Chris. It does look very fiddly but you’ve carried it very well. Love Drool

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#31 Posted : 02 July 2019 22:58:03

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May have been stressful Chris but what a result.... Love Love …. Very well done....

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#32 Posted : 03 July 2019 07:17:12

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That is some very neat work on getting those railings in place.

Could i ask pleaee what do you use for your rust marks? So many different products about it gets consusing to know what is best to use.

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#33 Posted : 03 July 2019 07:49:28

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BigGrin Looking good Chris Drool
It’s those little extras that raise it above the norm. Well worth the effort ThumpUp

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#34 Posted : 03 July 2019 09:07:17

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Excellent work Chris

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#35 Posted : 03 July 2019 09:19:21

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Thanks guys for the nice comments.

The rust is from AK - Rust streaking. They also do a little YouTube video showing how to use it. Very good stuff. It's enamel based aswell.

Chris
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#36 Posted : 03 July 2019 20:33:21

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Hi looking good I know how delicate those handrails are ,but yours look good cheers mick BigGrin
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#37 Posted : 11 July 2019 21:13:09

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Cheers Mick.

I have done some more railings. Man they are fiddly and bend just by looking at them..
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#38 Posted : 11 July 2019 21:17:54

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Drool Intricate work Chris, and done to your usual very high standard Love

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#39 Posted : 11 July 2019 22:30:12

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Looking fab Chris, an excellent display of what patience is all about..... Very well done....Love Love Love

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#40 Posted : 11 July 2019 23:31:08

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Wow that is super neat and tidy photoetched railwork.looks amazing Chris

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