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Author Topic: 1:27.7 scale figures for an 18inch Industrial Railway Project - Updated 01.09.22  (Read 35114 times)

Offline Vanvlak

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This is developing splendidly - nice choice of colouring, and the weathering gives the impression of an old workhorse which has spent years out in the elements.

Offline dampfpanzerwagon

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Thank you. the model is nearly complete and I'll be posting images of the FINISHED model soon.

Tony

Offline dampfpanzerwagon

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The latest 'Critter' is now finished. I have glazed the cab and glued it in place as well as attaching the couplings.

For more information and images, see the Blog.



Tony
https://dampfpanzerwagon.blogspot.com/2022/06/engine-no.html

Offline Michi

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  • Hoist the colours!
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This engine is so ugly in a most beautiful way! Great scratchbuild and awesome weathering again. I'm sure it will add a lot of attraction to the layout at every show!

Offline FramFramson

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  • But maybe everything that dies, someday comes back
What a great result!  :)


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Offline dampfpanzerwagon

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Thank you for the kind comments - I agree ugly in a beautiful way!

Tony

Offline dampfpanzerwagon

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With the New Engine finished, I have started painting the main groundwork and rocks. I have used some tester pots from B&Q and applied the paint with both a large 2 inch brush and a smaller finer detailing brush. There is still a lot to do, but I feel better now that I have started this part of the layout.



For more information, see the Blog.

Tony
https://dampfpanzerwagon.blogspot.com/2022/06/yellow-pelican-mining-co-painting.html

Offline dampfpanzerwagon

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This latest update shows the main layout basecoated. I used tester pots from B&Q, the colours being first mixed up by me and painted on to small card samples, before taking them in to store to be mixed.



Painting was done with a large 2 inch brush and a smaller detailing brush where the rocks met up with the main structures.

For more detail, see the Blog.

Tony
https://dampfpanzerwagon.blogspot.com/2022/06/yellow-pelican-mining-co-painting_15.html

Offline FramFramson

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  • But maybe everything that dies, someday comes back
Always a big moment once the whole thing has base colours.

Offline dampfpanzerwagon

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I have spent some time, adding 'washes' to the rock and groundwork areas as well as subtle drybrushing to the top of the mountains.



For more information, see the Blog.

Tony
https://dampfpanzerwagon.blogspot.com/2022/06/yellow-pelican-mining-co-painting_18.html

Offline Digits

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Coming together rather nicely!   Fetching looking scene.

Offline dampfpanzerwagon

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In today's update, I show how I have used real red sandstone to add additional colour and texture to the narrow gauge railway layout.





For more details see the Blog.

Tony
http://dampfpanzerwagon.blogspot.com/2022/06/yellow-pelican-mining-co-using-natural.html

Offline dampfpanzerwagon

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Progress on applying the natural sandstone groundcover has been good with the whole layout now covered. In addition, I have started to add some greenery in the form of natural paper hanging basket covering which I have dyed with acrylic paints and glued in place one at a time.



For more information, and images, see the Blog.

Tony
https://dampfpanzerwagon.blogspot.com/2022/06/yellow-pelican-mining-co-completing.html

Offline Michi

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Is the mountain meant to be solid rock (it looks like to me) or is it covered with earth? The right part looks like some muddy avalanche has happened before (roof and wooden reinforcements at track level). I can't judge rock from soil by looking at the pictures though.

Offline dampfpanzerwagon

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This area is meant to be rock, but I have added sidings to protect the track from rock falls.

Tony

 

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