NoSpaceOreCashRR said:Ken, I'm blown away Looks like to took a photo of a prototype, soooooo nice looking.
Thanx Bob & Chris, now if I could only get rid of that gap under the hull...chrismoore93 said:Wow Ken that looks incredible It looks like it's very real and prototypical
Did you grow up there Claudia? Wow it must've been bitter cold during this time of year....!Lady_Railfan said:Wow! I thought I was back in Duluth!
I know what you can show us David: How about some pics of your electric power plant with the slag lake?dthurman said:Nice pictures Ken, now I have to get some shots to contribute.
Well gosh Aggro...thanx! Coming from you, that really means a lot!AGGRO said:Dee-zam! Excellent Ken.
Thanx Eric! Are you still planning to make "industrial switching" the theme for February's photo contest <hint><hint>?grande man said:Great work, Ken. Very impressive!
Fergie, with the chemicals in that water - it's no wonder they smell the way they do!Fergmiester said:Gee Whiz Ken Have I got a Harbour for you. You don't mind geting your feet wet do ya? ...
Well David, it appears that the first load of coils from Houghschnaegel got safely to their destination!dthurman said:2. This ones for KenL, this is our first official load of steel coils from his Ohio plant. Cruise Machine Works thanks you, as well as all those Coke and Pepsi drinkers, as this load will be used to make new vending machines
Eric, Have you thought about using Testors white-background decal 'paper' to do numberboards? That's the only way I do mine anymore, and it solves the problem of trying to cutout individual digits and trying to make them line up perfectly. That Helicon (sp?) software really gives outstanding results though, your picture is more sharply focused than any of mine. I may yet find myself getting a license for it myself, 'Rebel' or no...grande man said:Here's our contribution. Note to self, redo those number boards for close ups...
Hmmm, sorry to hear about your bad experience with the WS water, I'd better do some serious experimentation before I pour my 'creek' that flows past East Minister.dthurman said:Well Ken, I pulled up the "realistic water" in the slag/settling lake/pond because I had major air bubbles appear So I am in the process of relaying the slag bank, then I have to repaint the lake floor bed, and then I think I am going to try Mod Podge Gloss-Lustre for the water this time. I wasn't happy with the Woodland Scenic water. Too soft and shrinks WAY TOO MUCH.
Your lake water threw me at first, I thought you had poured it, but then saw it was plastic it gave a nice effect.
Try this:CSX_road_slug said:Hmmm, sorry to hear about your bad experience with the WS water, I'd better do some serious experimentation before I pour my 'creek' that flows past East Minister.
For my harbor water, I'll have to un-glue it in a few spots - that was causing some of those 'ripples' to form along the wrong axes. I had hoped to make the whole sheet smooth and then form the 'waves' to be parallel with the Marquette's hull, the way they are now it looks as though she's underway...
Thank you Stefan, I say the same for your coal train video - that's better than many of the so-called 'professional' ones I've seen!Swissengineer said:Ken,
I`m very imressed by your steel mill. Exellent work.
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