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Old 11-18-2020, 07:37 PM
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Philip, great build, truly truly impressive. Now, where do you keep this somewhat large castle ??

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Old 11-19-2020, 11:16 AM
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Philip, wonderful!!!


Did you reverse scoring? The edges are so clean and neat...
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Old 11-19-2020, 11:26 AM
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Don't worry about the fallen pictures - it's because you turned your camera sideways.... If you click on the picture it opens in a new tab.... the right way round - I have no idea why.
When you take a digital picture, some metadata are also stored in the jpeg file (or raw file, if you use a professional camera, but then you need to "develop" the picture). Normally they are camera model, shoot parameters, the orientation and, if available, gps coordinates of the shoot place.
If the viewing software is quite clever, it reads that metadata, rotating the picture compatibly.
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Thank you, Madbrit and asettico. I was helped by an excellent design. The model is currently languishing at the bottom of a stairwell as it was the only space that would fit. I'm trying to imagine who would like it as a gift but havn't come up with anyone yet. Any ideas?

I gave up on reverse scoring a long time ago as I prefer to crease the paper rather than cut it, and found that front scoring works just as well either way.

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Old 11-19-2020, 05:07 PM
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Thank you, Madbrit and asettico. I was helped by an excellent design. The model is currently languishing at the bottom of a stairwell as it was the only space that would fit. I'm trying to imagine who would like it as a gift but havn't come up with anyone yet. Any ideas?
If and when I will judge my models acceptable, I think to give them to schools or something similar, as study "instrument".

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I gave up on reverse scoring a long time ago as I prefer to crease the paper rather than cut it, and found that front scoring works just as well either way.

Toodle pip!
Ok, I need to lower my obsessions and perform lighter score signs...

Thank you for sharing.
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