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    @lawrence

    Looks pretty good mate and I love your cliff/rock faces - they are amazing to say the least!

    Have gotten a little bored of making Kits so am back at the layout again and starting to work on the scenery side of things. Not much done other than pouring the "Lake Bed" and starting the base coloring for ground cover on the hills:



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    That is also quite the backdrop you have there, Lawrence!
    Cheers!
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    Quote Originally Posted by el Gato Gordo View Post
    That is also quite the backdrop you have there, Lawrence!
    It certainly is!
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    Got the base for the rock face done:





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    You are very kind chaps, I won't hijack Wombats' thread though and may start my own if there is interest.

    Wombat, Keep calm and carry on sir ;-)

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    @lawrence,

    I'd say there would be a LOT of interest in watching one of your threads, I'd certainly be interested in seeing what you do and how you do it
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    Second layer of base ground cover applied. Much of the "Green" you see sitting on the rock face is just sitting there and will "wash away" leaving only a small covering on the rock "ledges" when I seal it. The over flow onto the track level will also be removed with a quick vacuuming or brushing







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