Thanks for the support. It's fun to photograph a large scale model done in a tiny space. Each diorama measures only 1100mm x 400mm and I have to be careful that I don't get the wooden frame in the shots (way too much Photoshopping!). The last two shots have been put through Photoshop for levels, unsharp masking, odd mistakes removed or painted over, etc. They were heroes that I had printed out at A1 and stuck on boards to go behind the shop at shows. I have some more which I have now gathered into one place so I can find them back.
I am about to start taking photographs again using a new camera (one that focuses manually) and I will try to remember to take some more promotional shots. Finding all the Little People back will be a trick. I know there are about 21 of them including Mario, the Mad Wizard, five Stigs, many Preiser people etc and I really should get on with building a rake of six 2nd class carriages I designed and had laser cut but they have sat in a box since May last year. There is also a loco to build (radio controlled to get past the dodgy point work).
The whole thing was over-wired for DCC and has been powered up for testing but the entire layout has never been fully connected ever so I am still to get a complete circuit finished. Board six is basically started and board five has most of the green stuff down, just need to build five whopper trees to go on it. I am thinking of doing one of my signature brick buildings on board six (with individual bricks) as Gn15 is literally dolls scale and the range of stuff available is staggering.
If anyone is interested, I have a small number of good quality photos here which I could upload. Funny how looking at a good photo of something you have built spurs you on to keep going.
EDIT: This site is unpredictable about connecting and I thought I had lost this post, but it was there when I finally got on! Good times.
The Steamy Pudding (in progress)
West of Worcester (in progress)
Waikikamukau Sawmilling (planned)