Discussion in 'Getting Started' started by N Gauger, Mar 17, 2004.
That's cool stuff Fred!
Love the skunks Jack!
That is NICE Fred!!
Great scenes Jack and Fred!:thumb: :thumb: :thumb:
Goodun's Skunk and Fred!
Richardo is always the first one up and about, so he can get the generator up and running. The old John Deere belches like asteam engine and Richardo refuses to take his eyes off the meter for the photo, as he's bringing her online.
Thanks, Dash, I put some "daylight" photo's in the loggin' foum:
Its good to see the LPBs up early Jon. Nice scene.
Here's a night pix. I think I'll try redoing the light by turning it smaller in my drill with a bastard. Are we a havin' fun at this party yet? FRED
Really nice scene!
Your night time scene is just great!
How much can you turn a LED smaller Fred, before it won't work anymore? Nice night scene.
Definatly Cool!!!!!!!!! :thumb: :thumb: :thumb: :thumb:
I'm about to find out...next week when I get back from my AmTrak BD present my wife gave me. They say that you can turn them down "to the metal" in them Robin. We (I) shall see. I've seen others on this forum do it already, was it Arl or Shay or someone else? Anyway I'm thinking on a taper shape like mercury vapor pole lights. FRED
Well I finally had a chance to work on the project tonight. I was able to carve the rock wall that will border along the creek.
Here are some photos. I apologize, the lighting is terrible.
Many thanks to Casey Feedwater for his how to on rock walls.
Well, most of my modelling time these last couple of weeks have been eaten up by installing a wood stove.
However, I did get a chance to put down a little bit of scenery, and managed to enter the photo contest. Not a complete loss.
Here's a shot of the small scenicked area.
...And here's the project that ate up my layout time.
As mentioned, not a complete loss...
Great lookin' wall Tom!
Ya, but look at the results! That interior looks so real You scenery is coming along well, Steve. Keep at it and you'll be there soon enough.
That's a good lookin' rock wall Tom
Steve, I have a lot of admiration for guys who hand lay track like you have done.
That log cabin looks great.
Oh yeah guys:thumb: :thumb: :thumb: good work. Must have cold summers up north? Needs a woodstove in the summer. LOL... that's funny, or is it??? FRED
Layout looks great!!!!!!!
I like the idea of you installing the stove & all the animals enjoying it. Did they "help" much?? or did they stay out of the way?
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