Scratch building N scale

Discussion in 'Scratchin' & Bashin'' started by Anachron, Jan 11, 2004.

  1. Anachron

    Anachron Member

    now some more color and some roofing on the sides....
    but I now I run out of strips so I will have to go to the hobby shop tomorrow to continue...

    but quite good progress for I days work... I think... hmm :D

    I dont know If I should wheater the building as a go along or do it last of all ??
    how do you guys usually do?

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  2. Arlaghan

    Arlaghan Member

    If weathering is a new concept for you (as it is for me) then I recommend doing as you go along. If you mess up (like I often do) then it is the best time to re-do it when it is half complete, rather than at the end when everything else is glued already. If a little bit gets messed up as you handle the model while working on it (and believe me, it will) it's a lot easier to touch it up than to do it completely at the very end. However, this is my opinion only. ;)
  3. Anachron

    Anachron Member

    sounds logical and intellegent Arlaghan
    I will keep that in mind :)

    And yeah im new to all of this :p I started to build my first layout now in november :)
  4. Blake

    Blake Member

    Great work but your Mom is going to flip when she finds out about that vacuum!!:D :D
  5. jon-monon

    jon-monon Active Member

    Really looking FANTASTIC! And hard to believe it's you first go at it!

    LOL - I can see your mom's future now, low heel shoes with the toes pointing up as they were formerly high heels, butter sitting directly on the table with no dish, as the butter dish became a building, all the cups gone from the cupboard as they are used for mixing paint, can't cook because the sifter is gone for sifting soils, the blender ruined by making ground foam from sponges, of course the sponges are all gone so she can't clean up, etc., etc., hehehe Poor lady! :D :D :D
  6. Anachron

    Anachron Member

    haha jon

    my mom havent seen the vacuum cleaner yet but she have seen my projekt and thinks it's very cool! :D
    well my mom is VERY understanding :D :D :D
  7. Lemur

    Lemur New Member

    Great job on that building! :thumb:

    Every once and a while my wife notices something missing. Lucky for me, the cat has been known to knock stuff on to the floor and our dog has a habit of eating anything it can get its teeth onto. She no longer asks me if I know where something is, instead she simply blames the dog, and assumes the object is buried somewhere outside. If she ever looks in the train room however, I may end up sleeping in the yard. :oops:
  8. Anachron

    Anachron Member

    well isnt much to say ;)

    roof added

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  9. Anachron

    Anachron Member

    and some more details added

    I think my camera wont do it anymore as I will go over to more detailing now :rolleyes:

    but can someone plz find another use for this bulding... I dont want it to be a soup plant ;)

    actually this have been the most entertaining part to pick with my small strips :D

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  10. Tyson Rayles

    Tyson Rayles Active Member

    That's turning out really nice! :thumb:
  11. Anachron

    Anachron Member

    as I said a name and a use for this building would be great :p

    I test fitted the building just for a little eye candy :D

    and btw sry for the bad quality its taken with my webcam ;)

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  12. jon-monon

    jon-monon Active Member

    It looks to me like Cobblers Knob Oil Co.

    A reputable distributor of all grades of gasoline from one tank and your choice of diesel or kerosine from the other!

    :D :D :D
  13. Anachron

    Anachron Member

    hehe mabye Il go with that name
    Jon-monon's Cobblers Knob Oil Co.


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