Double Diamond Ranch

Matthyro

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There will be a group of buildings to make the ranch scene.
This will start with the family stone house.
I decided on a ranch as we need the beef without worrying about mad cow disaster.
 

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Matthyro

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Chris, the cattle will be LPBs too. "Little plastic beef" Low in cholesterol but a bit hard to digest.
The walls and windows are in place. Next comes the stone work. This will take some time.
 

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Originally posted by Matthyro
Chris, the cattle will be LPBs too.
Lessee...On the Double Diamond Ranch we got Little Plastic Beefs meeting Little Plastic Bovines eating Little Plastic Bales and leaving Little Plastic Bulls...er..., never mind. Gotta be a country song in there somewhere.
 
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Sounds to me like theres gonna be a lot of bull---- in this thread
 

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...and turned into Little Plastic Burgers for the Little Plastic Beings.:p YeeeeeHaaaaa!!!!! Travis Tritt, eat yer heart out:eek: :p

Robin, are you doing the stonework the same way you did the machinery warehouse?
 

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Dick, it isn't siding just pencil lines every 1/8th inch on cerealboard to help me place the rocks.
shaygetz the stone work will be similar to the machinery warehouse but I am going to try to make it look somewhat different if I can. It is taking my time to place the rocks. Not even halfway yet.
 

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You turn your back for just a moment ... and he finishes a complete factory complex, adds a source for fuel and then starts on feeding the population. I get exhausted just trying to keep up with the threads. :D :D :D :) :)

Great work Robin. I have another bookmark to add to the "reference list"

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Originally posted by Matthyro
OK you task masters. Once the basic blocks are in place I need to add mortar. Don't quite know how I will go about doing that yet. Then comes the painting.
Robin, what is the size of the blocks? Are you making them uniform or varying the lengths?:) :)