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 Posted: Tue Dec 1st, 2015 01:21 pm
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Roof tiled and rough painted.





Ridge Tiles and a black wash



Need to let it thoroughly dry before toning it down with pastel chalks

While it was drying I started an experiment with scribed card and watercolours, a small brick built hut.






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Soldered up some smoke hoods using some scrap nickel silver etch and some wire.



Test fitted to the stacks



Next job is to paint them, then start on the chalks for the roof.




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The engine shed is a great piece of work. First Class job Andy, well done. :thumbs

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G`day Andy,

That`s a work of art......I love the smoke hoods.....brilliant.:thumbs:thumbs:thumbs:thumbs:thumbs

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Know nothing about buildings Andy, roof chalks ?

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I use artists pastel chalks for the final colouring and weathering.

If you look a the colouring of the small roof compared to the large one you will see the difference.



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Sorry Andy, just me being stupid.

If I'd looked back at your post on 1st December and read it properly  ........................

My brains full of registration arms, cantilever arms, contact wires, catenary wires and insulators at present :mutley



..... and yes, looking back at the small and large roof I see what you mean :thumbs


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A bit more done, hoods painted and installed, some weathering to the roof and brickwork, next will be the doors, hopefully working ones.





Inspection pit using the free Scalescenes kit, just needs some weathing in the pit.



Also did a bit more on the little hut while waiting for glue to dry etc.




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Doors, gutters and downpipes done, I think its about finished apart from signs.




















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Small hut finished.







And something for a bit of fun, to be included somewhere on the layout.


Some foamboard, card and bits from the odds and end box



Can you tell what it is yet?












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A bit off silver foil scrunched up then un folded and glued to the back should give a passable event horizon :).


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A most amusing stargate, be a nice cameo piece hidden on the layout



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Hope you don't get any strange passengers for the railway turning up




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I thought it was one of those new vertical turntables. :mutley



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Just been through this topic, what a fine series of models and I admire the resourcefulness in sourcing materials for them. Now having come across this topic I will look forward to seeing more.

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Having seen the new Star Wars film over Xmas, I really need to make some droids.

Also need to find some scale plans for a Millenium Falcon but until I do I think the next project is going to be some low relief terrace houses or cottages.



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I love the bridges and structures...

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Not posted anything on here for a while so here is some progress.

Tried out some stock before a small alteration starts.



End to end will also now have a full loop by having a couple of single track semi hidden loops, extra trackbed started.





A small cottage and low relief office block built when the weather kept me out of the shed.









And I was never really very pleased with the water in the small harbour so tried a method from another forum.

Turned the original water into a winter scene using PVA and toilet roll.



A mixture of Burnt Umber, Sap Green, Blue, Black, white and a touch of yellow for painting, followed by two coats of PVA and two coats of varnish.





Thats better.

Just need to get Easter out of the way, then we might get some decent weather so I can get in the shed more.



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The Puffer is looking very realistic, And the buildings are looking good too...

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