Figures and scenes: Let's see them

Scrapiron Scher posted:

Frank . . . . I never see enough of your scenes !!

Hi Eliot, Thank you for being so kind, and I'm so sorry if some (many? all?) of the photos I have offered here on your thread have been repeats of details I have shared on other previous threads on OGR. I tried not to do that but simply lost track of all of those displayed in the past and was hoping you would be happy and that fellow-participants on this forum who had not seen various shots previously would find something interesting among them. So, I am grateful for what you have said here and hope that if any further photos from my files are repeats they may continue to be welcome and useful.

You have started a really interesting thread, here, and we all seem to be having a good time sharing what our imaginations and memories have brought forward into our modeling for our layouts.

Thanks, again, for being so laudatory and welcoming.

Be well and prosper, always, Eliot.

FrankM

gandydancer1950 posted:
Moonson posted:

...conversations and introductions...

FrankM

...Wonderful scenes!

Thanks, very much, Gandydancer, for commenting so nicely about what I have posted on this thread. I must admit that I do look forward to seeing if you have anything to say, from time to time, about some of the efforts I show on threads.

And let me, also, say Thank You to these voices who have sent me "Likes" for so many of my detail shots throughout this thread accenting the use of figures:

L.I.Train; Putnam Division; Alibatwomble; BAR GP7#63; Ron 045; coach joe; play trains; trumptrain; W&W; Mike McCutcheon; HMS2035;  bigtruckpete; delwoodjef; Joe B; p51; c. sam; PRRronbh; Arnold D. Cribari; John H; MELGAR; Fendermain; Karl S; Jerry G; Bobby D; Mike CT.

Thanks, guys. Your acceptance and approval matters a great deal to me. I appreciated the kindness in your taking the time to send me those Likes.

FrankM 

 

Roo posted:

I once had a military base on my layout here is part of it the NISSAN hut as they call them in Australia comes from England as a kit. 

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Oh, that's nice too. You don't recall who made the kit, by any chance, would you?

As for single figure scenes:

In the bottom photo, a guy leaning on a shovel next to a huge pile of cinders (with a bucket full of the same right next to him, to his left). Now, why a person would be scooping cinders for personal use in WW2-era Tennessee mountain country, I have no idea. I just liked the way it turned out, as this scene is nowhere near any other structures of figures.

Moonson posted

Thanks, very much, Gandydancer, for commenting so nicely about what I have posted on this thread. I must admit that I do look forward to seeing if you have anything to say, from time to time, about some of the efforts I show on threads.

And let me, also, say Thank You to these voices who have sent me "Likes" for so many of my detail shots throughout this thread accenting the use of figures:

L.I.Train; Putnam Division; Alibatwomble; BAR GP7#63; Ron 045; coach joe; play trains; trumptrain; W&W; Mike McCutcheon; HMS2035;  bigtruckpete; delwoodjef; Joe B; p51; c. sam; PRRronbh; Arnold D. Cribari; John H; MELGAR; Fendermain; Karl S; Jerry G; Bobby D; Mike CT.

Thanks, guys. Your acceptance and approval matters a great deal to me. I appreciated the kindness in your taking the time to send me those Likes.

FrankM 

 

You totally deserve the accolades.

Your work is truly impressive and I really like to see anything new.

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