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Old Derelict Shack
Working with Wood
Here's a scratch build old derelict little shack. 3 x 2 inches. Cardboard floor, wooden construction , corrugated roof. Patinated with lime and washes ( as we do, well did before WWII, in reality, in stables to disinfect the walls )
I see signs here of excellence. That may not be strong enough. Six square inches of superb modeling. Robert, it is pure joy to look at accomplishments.
Look out sawmill.
Love it, superb. The last pic is the best.
Brett, The last picture is the real thing. Ah, now you don't know for sure.
I don't see any tale tail signs that this isn't real.
Ah, Robert has all of us confused. That is a sign of modeling at it's best. It's real, but O scale. I think.
What does one have to do to convince the world he's a God Fearing Honest Man..
I didn't have an orange lighter....I don't smoke.... Al my builds are in 1/43,5 scale. What you guys call : O gauge.
Rails and therefore rolling stock are in the metric O scale. 22,3 mm or 7/8 inch wide
I aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaah am convinced. I am, I really am.
No I'm not.
Robert, we are messing with you. As a group we love your amazing modeling.
Most of all, your willingness to spend so much on the forum with pictures and explanations is a motivation to all. Thank you.
We really do believe you. Maybe not all of us.
Looks like you have a beautiful property.
Amazing work all around!
I'm hoping that the electrical connector is just for scale 'cause if you're going to hook up a light to that thing then we seriously need to talk. :-)