I've been working on the "Smallbrook Models" cock Robin 1/35th scale Hunslet type and here's the result:
The wagons behind the above photo are smallbrook studios 7mm narrow gauge wagons. They appear to work well in 1/35th.
I've added a few details from other manufacturers, so here are the acknowledgements:
Buffer beam, smokebox door hinge and rear cab coal hatch detail: That's me
Coupler pocket for No 5 Kadee: Steve Bennet Pepper 7 casting
Brass Whistle: Wiseman model services ON30 brass chime whistle - excellent casting
Spectacle plates are from an unknown manufacturer designed for shop model portholes. I like the brass surround and they come complete with glazing.
Crew: "Miniart 1/35 German tank crew working" figure with a bit of "milliput" to disguise his military cap.
Cross head detail: obtained from a Bachmann 0-4-0 "greg" model used for spares. I think cross heads vastly improve the Hornby "Smokey Joe chassis. I believe Mike Rayner is working on producing an 0-4-0 "Smokey Joe" replacement. Can anyone out there make a cross head conversion kit for this chassis ?
I have name and makers plates on order from "Narrow Planet". When they arrive, I'll post some more photos. I like the potential for this scale. The paint finish is by dry brushing and blending techniques using "Vallejo" acyrilics. For some reason, I just can't seem to get on with airbrushing.
That's it for now, happy modelling