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    It's been a while that I've done a build , finally found my way to the workbench again.


    The box.


    The color instructions.


    The Contents


    Cutting bracing.


    Bracing is not parallel with the top.





    Primer gray from a rattlecan.


    Bricks done with several color's of artistsmarkers.


    Brushed with white chalkpowder.
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    Building up the front entrance and windows.








    N-scale windows are tiny.


    Gluing the windows in place , holding them with tape , the tape is not very sticky so it can be easily removed afterwards.








    Building the walls , using square blocks .






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    And miniature clamps.


    Then building stairs , my most dreaded part of any building that has them.


    Weathered the floors.


    Some photo's as interior.





    Placing the balustrade.





    More later.
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    That's looking really good. Looks like a fun build as well.
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    Wow that looks like a REALLY nice kit! Is the stucco a paper layer applied on that wall or is it all just etched in? How did you make the texture?
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    It's etched in but have supplied it in all brick or all stucco. And Jan is doing his normal great job on the build.
    rich

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    Looks like a fun kit!
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