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I can do and will cheat any time it suits me.
just about all 00
again mostly 00 1:76
Thunderbirds definitely not 00
Dr who, mm some are 00 some h0 and some yeah well not lol
getting away with blue bloody murder
Cybermen are even larger and harder to fit in
it’s all about the angle and...
Some 00 modeller like to push the distance visuals by using n gauge to force it, I have successfully used both 00 and h0 figures and some h0 vehicles, to be fair I have to watch some 00 as when different manufacturers are side by side the discrepancy is way off
this are both sold as 00 but...
Nice work,I have a small abandoned section
cutting a rail might be an upgrade after seeing the bridge you showed
i did not purposely damage the loco, brother had it and it overheated and melted, so I gave it a weathering as an abandoned I should give it an everhaul as I did it years ago
Nice, just been cross country and got a little dirty, excellent also really like the yellow one two back, looks a great scene, love the different size textures in the fore ground, debris on the right needs sone extra tones,but top class colouring,impressed
Less industrial more recreational lol
Also excellent atmosphere and characterisation, love the sun on the hot tin roof
Red leather, yellow leather, red leather, yellow leather, red leather, yellow leather….try it lol fast….
I am not a pheasant plucker, I am a pheasant pluckers son, and I am only plucking feathers until the pheasant plucker comes…. Lol
Some prizes for stalls, a simple fish shape and a little paint
Nicely modelled machinery, looks like metal, so nicely painted too
I wanted a sideshow / funfair candy floss stall,
this looked workable
a new paint job
I had a reference picture at one time but it dissapeared
and a paint upgrade
2 thin sticks of grass sone cotton wool and paint
and candy floss
plus more candy floss in clingfilm for...
Nice upgrade, plus if you desired you could age the wood,but as yours is of the time the new wood works well.
Lots of character,excellent buildings and details,
would you weather the track? You would need a piece of w win wood to rub the top and keep clean so you get the electrical cuurrent.but very very pleasing
Went for a walk this evening in the garden
I may do Keto but it does not mean I cannot appreciate eye candy,and that looks gorgeous, I bet you enjoyed every bite, drools
very grateful it is not sold near me…..
I have a number of vehicles especially modern ones on part of the layout that are not up to snuff so rarely photographed, and a good number of buses, enough to even make Smudge rise an eyebrow lol.
You did far better than when I first tried, I think the Toms have done an excellent thread that helps people get a quick start on the techniques, you’ll quickly find the more you practise the more you’ll get a feel for the techniques, and find which work well with your talents and paints.
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