Cant wait to see the first pics of your newly redesigned SJ coaches, bet they are going to be a fine work of art if your other previous efforts are any thing to go by, but a word of selfishness from me, please dont make them look to good or my set will not stand up!!
Will you also be able to adapt them for the Cornonation & West Riding? Just think you would have more sale potental for your own brand 'pedromorgan models'
Why would you want to get rid of those coaches? You work hard on doing things for others and you should keep some for yourself, I wish I had half your talant
As a side note, can you set up a new thread as a 'Master Class' on how to create your varnished teak effect, with the hornby teaks going for stupid money, it may be the way forward for me, or at least try on a Quad-art set
PS I will go for those carriages, can always re-number them into the second formation if hey are the same as Andii's or go for the West Riding
Have you lined up somewhere else to use as you work shop ready for when your wife comes over? Cant see her liking using the cooker as a spray booth! I bet the cooker hood makes a good extractor for all those paint fumes though
Mine has now all relocated back into the garage, didnt last long using the shed, so lots of other stuff got evicted from MY garage to make more room for me!
great looking work as usual, keep it up, I really enjoy reading this thread
The chime should of belonged to Nos 7 on her return from Lincoln Christmas market, she was due back at the Cross around 2045hrs then empty stock move to Ferme Park around 2130hrs according to uksteam.info
I was going to go over and have a watch but have being feeling crook all weekend with that flu bug (no not swine) shame as it was a good few days with 2 A4's in the city over the course of the fayre with Nos 19 there on Thursday, always next year
I dont know what your on about saying the camera is a harsh critic, I am no where near your quality or skill and as Expat said, a model any modeller would be happy with. I aspire to be near your genious one day, you are jaw droppingly brilliant, keep it going
I would take you up on you offer of 'homing' some of it for you, my stash of plastic is now down to my last half sheet, each sheet being the size of a domestic door! but postage costs would be prohibative!
That box of plastic looks very much like the one I got about 4/5 years ago when I started to build MillDale, it soon disappeers though. I got the black 1mm sheet so I didnt have to black out the inside of the finished model, the only problem with using black plastic is I need to have two bottles of plastic weld on the go, one for the black plastic carcas and another for the white evergreen strip and window glazing!
Looks like from your pic that you are slowly creeping back around the kitchen work tops for your work bench space! Mrs Pedro must be very understanding!
Hope you have better luck with the Nelson soon, may be it wont be your 'show and tell' piece this year at Warley!
Thanks for the update Peter, the GWR centinary looks the dogs boll**ks and the Caley s progressing, not long till Warley
Still using the cooker hood for the extractor I see, your good lady must love u, I am not allowed to spray in the house and am banished outside, but guess thats not an option for you living where you do
Love reading your bench thread Peter, i struggle with one progect at a time!!!
do u have any infor on the GWR loco beheind the B Class, looks like a Castle?
and how do u get away with having such a mess in the kitchen, my wife would freak...... i know u are strapped for space but when i do use the kitchen, i am not allowed to take over!!! your good lady must be one great woman
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