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 Posted: Mon Oct 26th, 2015 02:36 pm
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Cheers Ed

Just thinking about what the next project will be, maybe a station building or possibly one of the few signal boxes I will need, not sure, depends what catches my eye when I am in the shed next.



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Some fine modeling Andy, the tower and boat.

I've not been doing much lately but getting back to it soon.

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Lovely work, Andy.  :thumbs



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OK next profect, a single road engine shed based loosely on plans by Alan Downes in a 1977 Railway Modeller magazine.

First the plan, mainly for dimensions and window placement.



Start cutting out the sides and ends, including a small side office/mess building.

1mm Card laminated up to 2mm, the walls will be built from an outer 2mm covered in Red Brick with an interior 2mm covered in Painted Brick with the windows between the two layers.



Mine is going to be Red Brick with Blue Brick trimmings, hopefully GWR,ish when its finished.

Started covering first layers with Red Brick and interier with painted brick, sorry for the blurry photo, my phone struggles with darker evenings.



First lot of Blue Brick edging cut and glued to one of the door ways, need to straighten that wonky brick.



Next will be buttresses and more fidly blue brick, then need to sort the windows.



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You're welcome Andy,it's probably because i don't keep a record of what one's i put in but you more than deserve it.



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A little bit of progress this weekend, cutting out all those blure bricks and the windows took some time.

Windows are sticky labels cut through then the panels peeled from the glazing which is clear packaging





The grey card walls at the top of the first picture are spares that I cut for use as templates, so when I come to cut out the roof beams I can use the grey card end wall template to cut them from, likewise for the doors.



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You're making a great job of it, Andy.  :thumbs



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Cheers Max, slow going this time of the year here, not enough daylight in the week due to work.



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Some lovely modelling on your thread Andy. The engine shed looks great so far. I didn't quite get how you made the window frames - do you stick a label on clear plastic and cut out the windows, leaving the frames?

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Hi Bob

Yeah basically, I stick a label onto some clear plastic, I use re-cycled packaging, mark out the frames and then cut through gently, you will feel when the knife stops dragging on the paper and slides along the plastic, and then when done you just peel off the label where the panes are.

You can slice top to bottom and left to right when doing the frames as you only peel the panes off, the little squares from where the frames intersect are not obvious one the panes are peeled off.

Chubber (Ex-Dooferdog) has the method with pictures in one of his posts, just can't find it at the moment



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Managed to get some more done over the weekend, walls finished inside and out, then boxed up, the shell is now basically complete so need to start on the roof.

Started by making the inside dirty while I could still get at it easily



Then glued the four sides together





Then a bit more brick trim added, so now ready for the roofers to come in.







I need to decide on what kind of roof vents to do, individual smoke stacks or a full length pitched roof affair as it will refelct on how I do the roof trusses and smoke deflector thingies on the inside.




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G`day Andy,
That`s a proper job mate......lovely work.:thumbs:thumbs:thumbs:thumbs

:cheers  Gormo



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The. Engine shed is a work of art

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Thanks chaps, hardly call it a work of art Jimmy, but its coming along.

Started on the smoke hoods last night so may have some pictures for tomorrow.



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Smoke trough and roof frames started.





Early finish at work today so should see some progress over the weekend



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I don`t know Andy???
That looks like a work of art to me.........I think what it is that makes it so attractive is the design and the brick you have chosen. It all looks just right.......spot on in fact.:thumbs:thumbs:thumbs:thumbs:thumbs
:cheers Gormo

PS.....is that a home made chimney pot?????



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The engine shed is coming along very nicely Andy, well done!



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Campaman wrote:
Hi Bob - You can slice top to bottom and left to right when doing the frames as you only peel the panes off, the little squares from where the frames intersect are not obvious one the panes are peeled off.


Thanks. That is a very good tip, which I would not have thought of.

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Yes Gormo, its just a bit of plastic tube with a couple of strips of sticky label wrapped round it before painting using Terracota emulsion tester pot.

A bit more progress

I do like the scalescenes textures but the roof slates can look a bit uniform if you use them on all the buildings, I do sometimes print them out in Greyscale or adjust the colour hues, but for this one decided to do it the hard way.

Paper strips with the slates slit through, then laid in the same way as the scalescenes ones, painted using grey emulsion (tester pot), individual slates picked out in lighter and darker shades then hit with scraped pastel chalks.



Roof formers cut and test fitted.

Slates then cut and applied but by the time I had finished it was too dark for a photo, so will try to get one in the next few days.




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