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Author Topic: Windmill Hill. A busy little layout in a compact little case.  (Read 6607 times)

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Re: Windmill Hill. A busy little layout in a compact little case.
« Reply #240 on: Yesterday at 11:04:23 pm »
 :claphappy: Phew, thank goodness that's finally done  :claphappy:

I can't believe it has taken me four days to do a little vegetable plot less than two inches square and get three halfway decent photographs   :o

I glued down the greenhouse and beans as a completed item, and really wish I had included the veg plot with them.

It has been so difficult planting the veg in situ .... probably the trickiest bit of the layout so far ...... I have done a bit, tried to get a photo, not been happy, then walked away.

Come back refreshed, tried again, photographed again, not been happy, walked away, ....you get the idea !!

Photographs are a great tool to improve your modelling skills, as I believe, rather than I read somewhere, that the imperfections brought to the fore in close up pics can be corrected in photoshop, I think they should be corrected on the layout.

So eventually I got it finished, and photographed. the last pic, from the front was so difficult to get, as the barn and windmill made it very cramped to get my camera in.

Hope you like the end result  :D







Time now for some well deserved refreshment !!

 :beers: :beers: :beers: :beers: :beers:




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Re: Windmill Hill. A busy little layout in a compact little case.
« Reply #241 on: Yesterday at 11:07:22 pm »
Fantastic work Kevin. That pumpkin looks good enough to eat.  :thumbsup:

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Re: Windmill Hill. A busy little layout in a compact little case.
« Reply #242 on: Yesterday at 11:26:03 pm »
SOOO cute.

As a dog- (and cat-) owner (???) I miss a dog that tries to bury a bone in midst of the salads...  :dunce:
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Re: Windmill Hill. A busy little layout in a compact little case.
« Reply #243 on: Yesterday at 11:53:48 pm »
Cheers John,

With Dartley Coombe, you have built half a layout in the time it took me to put in a little veggie patch  :D :D

And as far as the pumpkin being good enough to eat, the carpet monster has eaten a fair few before I got those two fixed ....as well as cabbages, sprouts and some of the rhubarb. Makes a change from him eating the little people  :worried:

Thank you as well Alexander, It was worth doing, and whoever said nothing on the layout is ever finished was right..... you have given me an idea. I have a little dog which came with some postmen I recently bought. He may well be doing a bit of digging when I find him.....Many thanks  :thumbsup:

All best wishes
Kevin

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Re: Windmill Hill. A busy little layout in a compact little case.
« Reply #244 on: Today at 12:50:20 am »
A great little scene. Enjoy your refreshment!  :beers:
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Re: Windmill Hill. A busy little layout in a compact little case.
« Reply #245 on: Today at 08:04:00 am »
Great modelling and pictures, Kevin  :thankyousign:

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Re: Windmill Hill. A busy little layout in a compact little case.
« Reply #246 on: Today at 08:07:47 am »
Some excellent work there.  :thumbsup:
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Re: Windmill Hill. A busy little layout in a compact little case.
« Reply #247 on: Today at 08:17:29 am »
Well worth all that effort to end up with such a lovely little cameo.   :thumbsup:

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Re: Windmill Hill. A busy little layout in a compact little case.
« Reply #248 on: Today at 08:47:50 am »
Just - fantastic.
It's you railway so build it as you want and run whatever you like. The only rule is - ENJOY :
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