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 Posted: Sun Nov 11th, 2012 08:03 am
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Impressive -   HO scale?



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Yes, I think so.  He's on protomodeller.com



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Somehow, Someway, I WILL make a bridge like this. That is totally awesome!

I wonder if I could do that in HO? Though I have no idea how he did it, that just makes it more of a challenge.

How in the world do you get rivet heads like that? Look at the bridge closely, not one beam is out of place, perfectly aligned.

I am awe struck!

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At least he shows us how to do it  ! :lol:
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Oh well, there goes my layout. Sighhhhhhhhhh:cry:



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Wayne Williams wrote: Somehow, Someway, I WILL make a bridge like this. That is totally awesome!

I wonder if I could do that in HO? Though I have no idea how he did it, that just makes it more of a challenge.

How in the world do you get rivet heads like that? Look at the bridge closely, not one beam is out of place, perfectly aligned.

I am awe struck!

Wayne


Here is a technique used for making recessed rivets ; http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_kxgE0RVY38

Simple and effective. Just a pity the video isn't really clear...

...and then there is this ; http://www.archertransfers.com/ Click on Surface Details and scroll down to HO scale.

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