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New Member
Hi, I'm new to this forum and new to modelling too.

I make all my own cities and coutryside myself.
I'll upload some pics of my work soon.


BTW is this site for young kids? Or can anybody join?


Diesel Detail Freak
Welcome to the forum. Kids can join, but we'd prefer them to be mature enough to post legible posts. However, I'll be the first to admit, I can't spell (took me 3 tried with the spell checker to get legible right. (make that 4)).



Pennsy Tuscan Red Blood
Welcome to the forum.

What are you making in that picture? It looks Flooring, or post and beam constructions. Some of those are some BIG sticks of lumber.


Drum Driver
Looks 1:1 scale!...And also looks like your sanding finished wood after the varnish...its pretty glossy!

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