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gfadvance wrote:Trying here to show old concrete/rendering - I'm still playing with the color for the coping stones, which need to be weathered as well as the bricks showing through the render.
Bob Taylor wrote:There are a lot of methods being used here, Steve' slabs and Gordon's rendering etc. What I feel would be of great benefit would be a little more explanation please. It seems that has these projects gain momentum there's slightly less and less in the way of information.
DCRfan wrote:We already have pizza layouts, are these sandwiches
Steph'H wrote:Now if I go to Wickes and get an 8 by 4 sheet of polystyrene I reckon I could start in Gn15 and 7/8ths! Now that would be Gnuts
Steph'H wrote:I have just found just over a meter of ancient OO flexi track I didn't know I had left, so might try something with that for Gn15, make up some dummy sleepers perhaps? Or just strip off the plastic and spike it down onto proper wooden ones! I'm guessing that would look OK as light industrial rail... then again I could just extend the trip to Wickes to the local model shop and buy a meter or so of On30 I suppose....but thats against my frugal nature
franckcombe wrote:for those who wants also done a small layout with an easy backdrop try this:
http://www.cgtextures.com/ then choose Buildings \ Industrial
Steve Bennett wrote:Nothing wrong with using a bit of old OO track. If you space the sleepers a bit farther apart, or even easier, bury them in the ballast, it will work ok. The rail is the same as the On30 and the sleepers are only a bit too small, so for light rail, it will work just fine (and save the pennies ).
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