Installing a Backdrop, Part 2

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logandsawman

Well-Known Member
Putting the material on the wall surface, application of a cove corner, making a smooth transition:

[video=youtube;1bsP1VaYD4w]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1bsP1VaYD4w[/video]


THANKS for watching!!
 

Rico

BN Modeller
That's a lot of work for one guy but you pulled it off!
That sure adds a lot of depth for sure, post some photos when the layout is up against it.
 

logandsawman

Well-Known Member
My wife wanted to help but she seems to be a bit on the impatient side. I cannot have the feeling of being rushed when doing precise work!!

I started cutting the foam for the transition last night and this step should not take very long, maybe 2 weeks. I will have to make a bunch more trees and plan on matching the hues on the backdrop with the transition vegetation.
 




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