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Discussion in 'Photos & Videos' started by shamus, Nov 3, 2003.
At long last, scenery has started, still got lots of adding to do, but its on the way.
What a difference the greenery makes.
The master has done it again! Beautiful!!
Stunning. Could not expect better even from Mother Nature.
Shamus. That scenery is beautiful.
That's Twoderful Matey!
Fantastic modeling Paul. Your artistic skills are the envy of us all.
Your photos make your layout look so real can almost hear the sounds of the chuffing locos.
Wow!! The photos made me think about the smell of pine when I entered the St. Regis property near Cherryfield Maine. The photos are so crisp and clear that they look like the real thing. Keep up the excellant work.
Thanks kind people, here's a few more.
Those scenes look pretty complete to me!!!!
WOW! You half expect the little people to move!
More great photos. Paul, you were supposed to be taking it easy weren't you?
Can hear the scream of the saw at the sawmill as sawdust flies.
Keep all thos LPBs busy. They aren't supposed to be taking breaks are they?
Once again you have proved you are a "Master" at both modeling and photography! Fantastic Paul!!!
(Jon, I'll see your "threederful", and raise you a "wonderful".)
FOURDERFUL!! Beautiful work, Shamus!
Let's see, O scale is twice HO scale...........that's twice the height, twice the width, and twice the depth. Volume = h X w X d, therefore O scale is eight times the volume.................... You've really turned up the "volume" with this scenery!
Thought you might like to see some of the TALL timbers I have made.
Let me catch my breath here, eeeeeeeeeeeeeeaaah
It really doesn't matter which scale you work in, Paul. It's always amazing!
I think the narrow gauge really suits your style of modeling to a tee, Shamus!
The little open-cab critters, logging equipment, structures, & tall timber scenery all come together perfectly to capture a time & a place...
You've out-done yourself again, my friend!
A true masterpiece!