Feed Mill Scene

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jacon12

Member
I've completed, but not weathered, Walthers Feed Mill so I thought I'd shoot my Southern 0-8-0 switcher out front.

the track is the only finished section of track I've completed and it's only 3 feet long.
Maybe after Christmas I can get started again.. :D
Jarrell
 

grande man

Bonafied Grande Nut
Wow! It's looking great, Jerrell. Something tells me your MR pics are going to be worth the wait...;)
 

SpaceMouse

Fun Lover
Jarrell,

You're not supposed to tell us you don't have the whole thing done. Just like I won't tell you this is the only sceniced portion of my layout.

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jacon12

Member
grande man said:
Wow! It's looking great, Jerrell. Something tells me your MR pics are going to be worth the wait...;)
Grandeman, I gotta get on the stick and get this layout in gear, right after the first of the year. I'm ready to at least get the yard done!
Thanks,
Jarrell
 

jacon12

Member
ARTHILL said:
Nice model, great photo. What do you plan for weathering? The track detail is very nice.
I've been thinking 'bout that Art and I was hoping to get some ideas from you'se guys. Feed mills, though I've never seen one in person (I don't think!) would be covered in a kinda light, powdery stuff... I guess.. like dirty flour, maybe. I don't know, gotta research that.
Jarrell
 

jacon12

Member
SpaceMouse said:
Jarrell,

You're not supposed to tell us you don't have the whole thing done. Just like I won't tell you this is the only sceniced portion of my layout.

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Lol.... I know what you mean, Chip. Sometimes I feel like the movie makers, you know how the actors look like the crawling through the Sahara Desert but actually 3 feet away fro them is a guy sittin in a chair directing and another guy aiming a big fan at them, ya just can't see them!
Oh well, we can dream. We just gotta make it bigger is all.
Jarrell
 

IronBeltKen

Lazy Daydreamer
Jarrell, I'd never have known that's not the real thing - except that I know your photography background. Nice job!:cool: I know you must have used a few high-wattage (>=500W) light bulbs for illumination - are they available [read: affordable] to us mere mortals?
 

CBCNSfan

Registered Member
Staff member
Gee I hate it when you guys show me there's no excuse for not taking pictures, guess I'll have to make a trip to town and get some Bristol board for a background.
Nice work on the feed mill and a great setup. Makes for a real Nice presentation and a real nice photo.
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Cheers
Willis
 

lginc

That FM guy
NICE shot Jarrell!;):D i would love to see the same shot with the feed mill weathered up.;) GREAT job! post some more!:D -Dean
 

enjineerbill

Avid People Watcher
Hi Jarrell,

Great job on the feed mill. And if the rest of what you can do looks anything like what you've done in three feet........I can't wait to see the rest!!!

Johnny
 

oleirish

Member
Chip and Jarrell you guys will probley have a vary fine layout soon,and make the rest of us look bad !!GRINNN! Nice work guys!!

JIM
 




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