Discussion in 'Shamus' Narrow Gauge World' started by shamus, Aug 26, 2003.
Been busy making all the machinery for the 0n30 sawmill.
Hi Shamus, It looks excellant as always. Good to see you posting photos of your work again.
Shamus. You must be feeling much better now, You are back to your old self with that quality of work.
Beautiful work Paul!!
Paul that is excellent as usual!!!
Great work as always. Since i always think of this when i look at Shamus' work i'll ask a question here. If y'all have a minute, could you explain how you get so many unique poses and outfits for your people? Do you really cut their little arms off, glue them back on, putty all the joints, use more putty to add suspenders, jackets, hats, etc.
Is there a good book on this? The only one i've seen was aimed at diorama work.
Shamus, the only comment I can make on this, is that if it wasn't for the LPBs I would have bet high money that was a real sawmill. I still think it may be and the LPBs were superimposed to fool us. Either way, FANTASTIC!!
Good to see you're "milling about smartly"
The machinery looks great!
Wow, that planer is sure throwing the chips. Excellent detail Paul
SUPER DIGITAL IMAGE and SCENE...WOW!
Fantastic work Paul, as ever, and I'm glad to see you back. It's hard to pick out one cool detail from so many, but I am really impressed by the effect of all the sawdust and wood chips - it adds so much to the realism.
I have a question about the LPB's also. How do they get any work done with their hands in their pockets? Super great work Paul. Glad you are feeling much better. Jim
That's 'nuff to lure me back in from vacation!
Most of my 0 gauge people are in fact just Model Power products (they make them in HO and 0) and are already in those positions when you buy them. I have in the past taken off arms and re-glued in another position, but those in the sawmill were un-painted and straight out of the box.
Jim my friend,
Tea break time Hehe.
Thanks for the note Paul.
More inspiration.......ah well thank the Lord you are back
You did some great work on this. I love the details.
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