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Discussion in 'Photos & Videos' started by Drew1125, Feb 5, 2004.
Well, the tows first house finally got planted on the layout!
Ahhh, Home Sweet Home
Looking good, needs a refrigerator and old sofa on the front porch and it will be just like home!!
Great work Charlie. I want to replicate a similar house butdon't know how to fabricate the 2/2 doulbe hung windows. Did you purchase them or are they scratch built? Thanks, Jim
Looks great Charlie, but you need to throw a half dozen dawgs on and under the front porch!
Nice, Charlie! It reminds me of the house I grew up in...well, the porch is pretty close.
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Amazing work Charlie.:thumb:
Thats very sweet Charlie. :thumb:
Looks great. Very nicely done!:thumb: :thumb: :thumb:
Charlie, that's a great setting for a neat little house! Nicely done. :thumb:
Fantastic modelling Charlie. Is that moss I see on the porch roof?
It looks great Charlie, I love the porch!
I really appreciate all the nice words!
I'd like to take credit for some new weathering technique, there, but in reality, that's where some some of the ground foam I was using for scenery found its way onto the roof, & I didn't notice it until I had posted the photo!
Don't wipe it off Charlie, just spray it so it stays there
Charlie, you're just way to honest!
Excellent! Did you hand fashion the porch columns? They really add a lot of interest instead of just plain poles.
Nicley done Charlie!!:thumb:
Do leave the moss there it`s,, well ,,you know ,,part of the scene now
Way to go Charlie, really looking good. It has that downhome look.
The house is a kitbash of this Model Power kit...they put this kit out under many different names, & I've used them for nunerous bashes...