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Posted January 4
Posted July 23, 2020
On 6/29/2020 at 9:09 AM, Brewerpaul said:
get your colored woods?
get your colored woods?
Jeff from Hobby Mill was a tremendous source. Unfortunately he’s no longer on business.
Sorry just seeing this. The majority including the frames (each consisting of 8 pieces x 38 frames) is cherry. The sides are boxwood, ebony (the Wales) and maple. The deck is holly. The gallery is boxwood and redheart. The deck furniture, trans one, and rails are walnut. It was fun but long build.
Posted July 20, 2020
Thanks for the likes and comments and thanks to MSW for sharing this build on Facebook!
Posted June 16, 2020
Thanks for the likes and comments. It was rewarding to paint with wood but with limited availability now it will be a good challenge just to find the wood.
Thanks for the likes and comments. It wasn’t easy To paint with wood and with the limited availability for these woods now.
Posted April 25, 2020
On 4/23/2020 at 11:41 PM, Jparsley said:
in Gallery of COMPLETED Scratch-built models
Posted March 4, 2020
Beautiful! I’m looking forward to starting mine.
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