I just saw that portion of your video that spoke of the embossed wall paper brick work. I may have to consider something like that to build my stone arch viaduct,...rather than plaster molds etc. https://model-railroad-hobbyist.com/node/37327
Greg, I can't take the credit for the weathering. The locomotive was done by Ralph Renzetti (Weathering - A Touch of Yesterday) and the box car was done by Denis Vanasse (ProWeathering).Lloyd, I watched your video again this morning and I really like the weathering on that locomotive and Evergreen box car. You should do a post on the locomotive weathering methods you used. The Evergreen car's weathering is perfect.
I love the 3D embossed paper. You just need to make sure to align properly the sheets so to blend the joints and do a bit of weathering. It's a great product used by diorama builders in Europe. (the paper comes from Greece)
Thanks Ian, more to come.Beautiful work!
Thanks Greg, as you see, I love details. By taking pictures, I notice areas that need better care and more details. For me, a scene needs to tell a story.Lloyd: A have to again say that that last photograph of your work is outstanding!!! The leaves on the roof, the utility pole and lines, grasses and other vegetation its superb!!!!
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