Cardstock Canals Question

Help with layout scenics
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Chops
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henley grass 5 and canal boat.jpg
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Taking a brush saw to a scrap of fibre board, which I had been tripping over for years, enabled me to
add a three inch addition to the 4 x 8, providing the much needed real estate for a quintessential
canal scene. I fear I sneezed, dusting the canal water with grass, and now I have algae and
what appears to be a lily pad.
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Looks very good - I like the canal barge - not sure about the "canal monster". :lol:
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Barry you’ll be struck by lightning, it’s a narrow boat. :D
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Whatever it's called it's bloomin' good, well done.
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A lovely scene developing - well done.
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