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gfadvance wrote:Look forward to seeing how you are going to do your ground work
gfadvance wrote:As I jumped into this without spending to much time thinking about the final layout plan ( a good thing as too much thinking usually stops me actually achieving anything ) Now finding that my layout of tracks does not leave much room at front. OK on L/H corner but struggling on R/H corner - so may end up adding about another inch to front, a real plus with this system is that is easy to do
DWH wrote:Being a very recent convert via this site to Gn15 I plan to use Simplicity Sidings as an introduction to the scale(s?). The first challenge wil be to hand make the track, problem is where do I get the basic materials ie track Peco Code 100 maybe?, then the sleepers, ect ect. Unfortunately in this area of NW Hampshire model railway shops are non existant, so any links or info would be most gratefully recieved.
I know there is a technical term for it but was trying to model an old wall with salts leaching out of the bricks
Colin Peake wrote:Steve, the slabs look like they are aligned OK to me, you don't want them too perfect!
gfadvance wrote:Hope you are going to share how you produced and colored the slabs as they look really good - and I have never been very successful in getting the color of slabs/concrete/stone loking right.
There is one slab, 3rd one down,3rd in from right that really interests me with its 2 tone effect that I would love to achieve
gfadvance wrote:I really should start a new thread instead of continuely butting in on Steve's but I suppose at least it proves that these layouts can be brought together very(well pretty) quickly and that they are useful for trying out new techniques.
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