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1940's Outhouse in Central Virginia

Discussion in 'Groundwork' started by Razorboy, Aug 4, 2022.

  1. Razorboy Member

    1940's Outhouse in Central Virginia, still trying to come up with a figure to set this whole scene off. Celluclay groundwork, various dried veggies for ground cover, made from balsa wood with an aluminum foil "Tin Roof". HO scale Railroad Car Hinges. Still searching for the proper figure to set this whole 1/35 scale scene right.

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  3. Nap A Fixture

    Hi Dave

    Great idea , and fine modelling , really like the weathering you've achieved

    Will you be adding suitable look paper ...aka old torn up newspapers

    Look forward to seeing this with a figure

    Happy benchtime

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  4. NigelR Well-Known Member

    What a brilliant idea! Huge fun and nicely handled. Needs a guy sat down reading the paper IMO.....:)
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  5. Razorboy Member

    Here in the States most households put an old Sears & Roebuck Catalog in the "Dunny". I'm old enough to have seen that.
  6. Razorboy Member

    My Ancestor, Sir David Lindsay may have referred to it as a "Cludgie" .... A "Scott Thing". We just call it a ShatHouse.

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