I tried to create a misty morning atmosphere in this shot, but the damn texture in the painted wall is showing in the BG.Beautiful!!
Like/love the emptyness and without the "background"it looks even more emptier...as it is situated on a vaste plain 'till the horizon with no hills trees etc ...so actuly I realy don't miss the background;-)
it looks like a cloudy day with no sun( like morning "atmosphere")
I'm hoping the green tractors are appropriate for the era I'm modelling.Looks good, if the tractors were red I would give you an A+++++. But since they are green you only get an A+++
I think it DOES look real! You must've had some floodlights at a pretty high overhead angle to avoid the usual telltale shadows from the buildings.
That is gorgeous..!! I agree that a backdrop, even just a blue sky, would make it perfect....
Who makes those vehicles..?? They would fit my time-frame just perfectly....
I have about 48 feet of layout going around bedroom walls. The narrowest area is 9" and the widest is 12" except for the corners, which are much deeper with a minimum radius of track at 36" and the widest at 42".it looks great, you dont have to have acres of plywood for something to look great. It's simple and effective and straight to the point.
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