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The H Man24 Dec 2019 10:32 p.m. PST

I have been working on a site to free me from the limitations of Gumtree. Just the bare bones done so far.

All compliments and criticism welcome.


D6 Junkie25 Dec 2019 4:26 a.m. PST

Is it possible to zoom in on the pic? All I get
is a tiny pic.

JimDuncanUK25 Dec 2019 4:45 a.m. PST

Needs more than just tiny pictures.

The H Man25 Dec 2019 4:47 a.m. PST


I'll look into that. I have been able to zoom in fine and you could try opening the image in a new window. I'll try to get them bigger as there is room.

Mean time.


Here are some lotr rangers I did. I found the models terrible, as, being plastic and one piece, they had all the gaps under their capes filled with plastic. This made it difficult to determine where the Cape actually ended and what colour to paint the "gap". Studio photos neatly hid the mould lines, so no help there. In the end though, I still like them. Go figure (pun intended).

I had a go, let me know if you want them bigger.

The Tyn Man30 Dec 2019 3:55 a.m. PST

If you want a bigger pic, on his web page just right click on the pic and then click on "View Image" and you'll a full screen look at his work.


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