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Old 08-03-2019, 03:52 AM
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silverback, I may have lots of photos that may be used as a reference, do you need any? (I'd have to dig for them but I know they're in my stuff somewhere)
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This is great guys, thank you.

It would be a great addition to my display case.

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Cheers, Ian
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I have climbed it as well. The view is fantastic, and you have plenty of time to enjoy it while you wait for your legs to quit wobbling.
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Lol, indeed.
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Initial Mock-up

Still a bit of adjustment needed to the basic shapes, but its squarely in the park. Height to the top of the roof is a bit over 14". The draught sphere and lightning rod spire will add another inch or so.
As a bit of perspective, it took almost two years to fully develop the Cape Hatteras lighthouse. The St. Augustine Light Station is at least as richly detailed, so getting this one over the finish line is going to take a while.
Patience is appreciated.

C.P.Schenfeld - Chief lamplighter at Silver Rose Studios
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Old 08-13-2019, 03:10 PM
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The Keeper now has a workshop ... sort of

The Keepers workshop/oil storage building and tower pedestal are essentially complete. The wonkey roof joints have already been adjusted on the drawings
Now working on the chimneys and gingerbread. Updates soon...

I tried to make fully detailed windows and shutters, but the parts came out devilishly small. So, in the interest of creating a kit that is actually buildable, all of those details are now printed on the building surface . You could, I suppose, print out multiple copies and stack things like the door frame, shutters and foundation reveal to get some texture. Thoughts?

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CP,

Thank you. Take your time. No hurry.

I'm sure it will turn out fine

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