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 Posted: Fri Nov 16th, 2012 12:37 pm
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Awesome layout Baz, keep the pictures coming.

 



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 Posted: Fri Nov 16th, 2012 04:45 pm
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Early evening on Downsway South ;-)

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 Posted: Fri Nov 16th, 2012 05:23 pm
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Another stunning shot Baz. :thumbs

I'm intrigued by the sky - how did you get that "murky" effect and yet keep it in what does appear to be 3D.  No hint of a painted backdrop there........:roll:

Your lighting is also very, very good.  The lit end panel of the box van makes it all jump out at you. :cheers



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The box van is lit by the lights under the station canopy on the left. The backscene is painted hardboard which curves around from one end to the back (see track plan). This is first painted with white emulsion paint and left to dry, then, with the backscene stood up against the wall, get two cans of car primer (white and grey) one in each hand and spray in horizontal stripes with both hands, the paint will blend togther as it hits the board (this is a very messy business), then just touch up to add a few artistic bits;-)

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Ah yes, "just touch up and add a few artistic bits", simples eh.    :twisted:   :twisted:



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The bombed out engine shed on board 2  ;-)

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I'm Impressed Baz!

I have some brick structures that have almost fallen down from years of neglect. I like the way you have stepped the bricks at the top. Did you just notch them out with a knife?

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Me too, Baz.  I like the atmosphere you created with the dark background.  :thumbs



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How have you arranged the lighting Barry? It exactly suits the subject.



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Thanks for the kind comments, yes I did notch out the bricks with a knife and the backscene is a bit of a4 paper with a computer printed sky on it propped up with a tub of wood glue (otherwise you would see an overscale fireplace in the picture)The lighting: the camera is on a tripod with right finger poised over the 'go' button, left hand is holding an anglepoise lamp pointing at the shed (this is right at the front of the layout, so nowhere to put the lamp to light the front of the shed) hit the 'go button many times whilst wobbling the light about (I am also on my knees) pick the lucky shot..........simples:doublethumb
There will be yard lights around the shed when finished which I will use to light the scene showing up the puddles

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This is another view of the unfinished base board 2 (light dead overhead) with 2 propped up backscenes!

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Remarkable detail in your work, enjoyed looking at all the pictures. Keep them coming please.

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Early photo of board 2 connecting board 1 (trackwork now changed)


Smoke machine in use (another early shot)

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Nice 'moody' shot ;-)


The gasworks wal l:twisted:

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Good heavens! daylight (short of pictures now, will build and photograph shortly) ;-)

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If you want to know anything about the layout, (buildings, painting, people,photos) I would be very happy to oblige - baz:cheers

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Nice and grimy indeed Baz. :thumbs



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Latest build, scratch built body on a lima motor bogie, needs a bit more work:hmm

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Excellent, Baz.  :thumbs




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Hi Baz. I have just been reading through your thread from start to finish and I think all the good cries have been said already - but you have produced a wonderfully atmospheric feel to your layout. It really does give a feel for the dark days of WW2. I really like the shot of the loco (Schools Class/N class???) sitting at the platform in a hazy light. I have to say though that Downsway South seems a pretty miserable place!

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