New Dining Table
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Now all I need is a place to eat?  Smile

Remember that review I did where I said how much I liked the old GW Paintstations?  As you can see: I wasn't kidding.  Smile
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(04-25-2015, 02:37 AM)AndySlater Wrote: [Image: 11193381_885745314802050_482956719386764...b598683103]

Now all I need is a place to eat?  Smile

Remember that review I did where I said how much I liked the old GW Paintstations?  As you can see: I wasn't kidding.  Smile

Is this what has happened in that upstairs room from the other thread about a gaming table or is this the dining room?


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Different room. This is the living room / workshop, this being the workshop half. There used to be a big table belonging to my ex in that position. I have another solution in hand for the "terrain room" shown in the other thread. I'll post a pic in that thread when it arrives.
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Your mannequin appears to be cold. Tongue
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(04-26-2015, 04:06 PM)Munin Wrote: Your mannequin appears to be cold.   Tongue

I was told that she came from Ann Summers so she's designed to model lingerie.  My ex christened her "Ample Annie".  She's good for photographing necklaces.  Not so good for bracelets.  Smile
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(04-25-2015, 02:37 AM)AndySlater Wrote: Remember that review I did where I said how much I liked the old GW Paintstations?  As you can see: I wasn't kidding.  Smile

I keep meaning to make something similar for my own use. There are a lot of times that I'll be polishing tiny bits of metal and thinking that I could very easily be in the living room, watching tv and being less of a recluse.

Although as you pointed out in your original article, kind of hard to get around to making one.
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(04-26-2015, 04:29 PM)AndySlater Wrote: She's good for photographing necklaces.  Not so good for bracelets. 

That might depend entirely on where the bracelets are worn.
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