Once you've made a model and shared pictures, do you also share the layout? I don't mind sharing what I've prepared, since I make my own layouts, but they don't look very professional. They're very much a 'wealth from waste' set, done on papers used in large envelopes for company reports. How do you prepare the layout if you make your own? I make mine on paper, with drawing instruments and colour with sketchpen or paint, when I need to, if the paper is not of the colour of my choice. I had asked something aboyut the best choice of paint last time. Each time, I put my Engineering Drawing skills to the test, preparing simple blueprints and then developing parts individually. If anyone can suggest a 'virtual' alternative, please share it. How many of you make you make your own layouts? and how do you do them? Initially, I would look at kits already prepared, but for more elaborate models, I found them too complicated and then started preparing my own kits. For example, there was this kit on Currell for the Concorde. I looked at it for ideas to prepare a kit for a B-1B Lancer, but the kit was so elaborate that I decided to make my own plans, though I haven't yet started. Likewise a kit for a Su-35 on MAMECRAFT, which I initially used directly and it didn't come out well at all; then I made my own layout for a MiG-29 Fulcrum, which I'm about to complete today.