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maumam114

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This is my version of the project. It's made for a 4 years child.
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You did a beautiful set my friend. This is the ultimate charmer.
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Maumam114,

your pictures are for me visible as ARCA 01 - 05.HEIC >> when clicking on them, I see nothing.

Is it due to your format you are using or should I do something (else?)

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Hi maumam114,

I'm having the same problem as Peter V. I think you posted photos that link to an iCloud website. Can you please download the photos onto your computer then upload them to your post? We'd love to see them!

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Cynthia
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Sorry for the inconvenience. I hope now it's all ok. Arca 01.jpg  Arca 02.jpg  Arca 03.jpg  Arca 04.jpg  Arca 05.jpg 
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Wow! Beautiful!

How long did it take to make?

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I usually work with 2 or 3 different projects at the same time but more or less let’s sat 2 weeks, 1 for the cutting and construction and 1 for the painting
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Hi maumam114,

WOW! That was certainly worth the wait! This is an amazing masterpiece. Your sense of color and shaping to the animals leaves me speechless. Thank you so much for sharing your photos. Your work is truly inspiring! (Great photography too)

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WOOOW ....

really beautiful ....
How did you doe the painting? By brush or airbrush/spray?

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Originally Posted by maumam114
This is my version of the project. It's made for a 4 years child.


Great job.  I noticed the gread sanding job and round edges on the animals.  Please share with me how your accomplished this?.  Also are the animals the same diameter as in the plan?  Did you hand paint or spray ?  Just a great JOB !!!  PaPa Jack
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For Peter V: All the colors are hand painted with water colors and finished with transparent paint.
For Papa Jack: All the job is according the mesures including in the plan; in my opinion the animals are too small, they should be at least 50% greater, in this case the result will have a better effect for the children while playing. Due to the small sizes it took a lot af time to sand them and to round to edges and to do that i use a small static wooden modeling files and a lot of patience.
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Well done!

Looking good!

Great colors!

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Maumam114,


You wrote about the animals: ".......they should be at least 50% greater, .....".

You know (are aware) that you can upsize (or downsize) drawings?

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Making a pattern half size, it's quite simple, you will need to change the custom scale to 50% in the print form of the PDF. Click anywhere on the print form.  Choose the pages you want to print and click on the print button. (See below).

All pages will be half size (50%). And Bob’s your uncle.

Some times you will need to divide some dimensions, but not often. 

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by: wwalker47, under 1932 Fire Engine No 36, date 07/25 some pages back.

So upsizing is the other way around [smile][smile]

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Hello maumam114

Having done a farm set a year ago, I can tell how much love and care has been lavished upon your project.
I love the way you rounded the animals, it adds a more realistic look to them, and the artful paintwork is just wonderful.

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