Break Time

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  1. Casey Feedwater

    Casey Feedwater Member

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    It's break time at the vinegar plant.

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  2. pttom

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    Very nice:thumb:
  3. Arlaghan

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    Way cool!

    Those steps look awesome, and that fence in the back does too! Got any close up shots of it?
  4. shamus

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    Hey Mike, thats a real sweet looking photo and model, I really like one a ot.
    Shamus
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  5. Matthyro

    Matthyro Will always be re-membered

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    Great mini-scene Mike. Only one at a time LPBs allowed to go on break ?
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    Great Picture:thumb: :thumb: :thumb: :thumb: :thumb:
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    ezdays Out AZ way

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    Robin,

    That could be the entire LBP workforce on break.:D The new breed of LBP's are an efficent lot.:sleeping: :sleeping:

    Nice scene :thumb: :thumb:
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    Beautiful scene, Mike!

    The way how the little guy (gal?) stands, he (she?) seems to be mighty proud to work in such a modern plant! :D

    Ron
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    :thumb: :thumb: :thumb: SWEEEEEEEET :thumb: :thumb: :thumb:


    Ya, good thinking, you get too many out there, they start yakkin', and a 10 minute break turns into an hour. Why not hand that guy a paint brush? Looks like the railing could use a little rustoleum!
  11. Casey Feedwater

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    Jon must work in management, because he knows exactly why only one worker at a time gets a break. They congregate, light 'em up, and 10 minutes becomes 30 or 60 minutes. :D :D Kinda like high school kids with hall passes to the bathroom.... :D :D :D

    Thanks for the compliments, everyone. :)
  12. Casey Feedwater

    Casey Feedwater Member

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    Arlaghan, I have a couple more shots with the fence but they're not specifically of the fence itself. Anyway...

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    And another with the fence...

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    And one last fence shot...

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    Nice detailing:thumb:
  16. Casey Feedwater

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    Thanks, Tommy.

    Arlaghan, the chain link fence is fairly easy to make. The frame is made from pieces of wire ACC'd together over a simple template. The fence fabric is cut from bridal veil. I usually dry brush some rust colored paint over the material before cutting the fencing to size. That way the rust appears to be even more random. Sometimes I also dust the fencing with rust colored chalks.

    Hope this helps.