Summer Proscenium

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Summer Proscenium

Postby Richard Coombs » 16 Dec 2009, 19:34

Just Trying to post a photo, havn't tried in a while.
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Well if that worked it was very easy.
..And I have just checked the Preview , and all is OK .

I like the new upload software Chris ...it Re-sizes pics ( with a choice of sizes too ) lovely now I know that, there are some more I can send :-))
- Also no need to send you discs with pics on so that you can load 'em ..Yes I know you are going to say its been like this for ages ...but I've only just twigged on to how simple it now is :-)

This Pic B.t.w is of my Summer Wooden Booth I use up at the Heights of Abraham. Proscenium was red for the last few years ..but I kind of like the fact that all my other Prosceniums are Blue - so I repainted it this spring ..and added a top section to it as well.

Hope you like it RICHARD
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Postby Richard Coombs » 16 Dec 2009, 19:38

Tell a Lie ...not all my Prosceniums are Blue ; but I can make an exception for my Christmas one :-)
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Pity its not in focus tho :-(
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Postby Richard Coombs » 16 Dec 2009, 19:41

And here it is with the Victorian Outfit ...and yes even a HAT ... Tony James watch out :-)
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Postby Richard Coombs » 17 Dec 2009, 12:08

I got a Private Message from a Punchman asking if the Blue Proscenium came apart or folded in any way , as it has a lot of 3D work on it.
So a few pics to illustrate:


Red before this Summer

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With Added Height:

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The 'Slot-On' Top Section.

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Half and Half.

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And this shows where the side join is:
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Postby lesclarke » 17 Dec 2009, 20:11

I'm not known for my own sense of fashion, but to my educated eye, I think your outfit looks great and definitely suits you.
As if I haven't got enough to do today, with all I've got to do today.
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Postby Professor Eek » 18 Dec 2009, 21:40

Love the Victorian gear Richard
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incredibly bad magic and dreadful balloon modelling thrown in for free
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Postby Richard Coombs » 18 Dec 2009, 22:00

Hello Eek ..yes so do I :-))
There are only a couple of venues a year that I wear it at. ( Blists Hill Victorian Town for the May Bank Holidays is one )... and I do love strolling around in it all.
It makes you carry yourself differently when you walk.

All good Fun

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