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Hole in the roof

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I used Greenleaf speed shingles on the portico roof, this time in full scale. They are easily cut with scissors and bend with a bit of coaxing. I opted for Quick Grip glue since it worked so well on the half scale speed shingles on the gables. Around the hole, I shredded the edges with scissors and then broke excess pieces off with my fingers. I glued a few loose pieces around the bottom of the hole. That must have been a rather large tree branch! :o

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That looks great. When I was modeling trains in HO scale (1/87), I modeled an abandoned building with a partially burned-out roof. I achieved that with a lighter wand and a spray bottle of water. It turned out very realistic looking. I was smart enough to perform this stunt outside and didn't burn my own house down.

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I don't know how I missed this pic, seeing as how I'm constantly on your blog and going over every single mini detail!!! This is fantastic!! Such great detail. I love it!

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