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Just Old Boats

Posted by Beano Boy on 13 May 2015, 00:11

Go for it Ochoin,and draw up your own plans. Make Templates for the pieces needed, and then cut them out and make your wargaming boats. Flat bottomed boats are easy peasy to make. Remember always imagination knows has no Limit. BB
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Posted by MABO on 13 May 2015, 05:46

Again a very nice easy peasy project from you. Very creativ, Paul!
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Posted by Beano Boy on 29 Apr 2016, 21:06

Styrene sheets Base wise was not a good call for me to make,because the river scene bent up something terribly odd looking indeed. So I shelved it instead of binning the darn thing. Heavy boxes of books piled onto it since May last year did the trick.It sure is flat.
So as I do my canal project I will endeavour to landscape and cast up this river scene with the boats, the boathouse and Hill Crest Cottage.
This will tie up loose ends on the Forum, and i feel confident to proceed with it now it`s flat.
If it bends up again I`ll blu tac it to the table top if needs dictate again.
Making Dio`s is never simple for me,
but for the most part what goes onto them might well be.

There is also a medieval bridge to finish over a river,but not this one. So that will be finished too.
Well that's my sweeping up plan. BB
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