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||Posted - 06/14/2018 : 10:42:15 AM
More to come.
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||Posted - 11/14/2019 : 11:05:39 PM
You're off and running again Fred, and I am sure this will be another winner. Good beginning already. Can't wait to see more.
||Posted - 11/14/2019 : 5:35:53 PM
Fred, I don't know if you followed along with the junk yard build but I spent 2 months working on it. I have often thought of going in some night and cutting it out and bringing it home and framing it.
||Posted - 11/14/2019 : 2:05:33 PM
Looking great already!!
||Posted - 11/14/2019 : 12:58:43 PM
Frank, if you decide you're not using those.....
Well, I've decided to change the name from
KING to Brammer Salvage. I already have a King hardware store. The early beginnings of this build pretty much follow suit with the build before and many others that preceded it. So I'm going to fast forward a bit >>>>>>>>>>
The window/door openings cut-out, walls braced and both sides painted Krylon Smoky Beige.
The siding is just copier paper painted, both sides, flat black. The cut into 3' wide strips, so I can hide the joints with battens later. And as you can see I've added the shakes to the upper walls, made from a roll of white oak laminate.
The windows, made from styrene strips, are primed and painted. The doors will be made from basswood. I want them installed before I add the battens.
||Posted - 11/12/2019 : 10:35:54 PM
BEAUTIFUL!!! Fred, simply beautiful & perfect'..
||Posted - 11/12/2019 : 7:23:36 PM
I don't want to have to come up with a bunch of junked vehicles. Nor do I want to junk what I do have.
I hear 'ya.
||Posted - 11/12/2019 : 11:08:44 AM
Rich, I have started on an O scale version of this, from my old HO layout.
It will possibly still be "King's" and definitely salvage but not auto salvage. I don't want to have to come up with a bunch of junked vehicles. Nor do I want to junk what I do have. I will try to begin in progress shots shortly.
Thanks for asking!!
||Posted - 11/12/2019 : 09:02:40 AM
You have a wonderful diorama. I like the way you did those driveways, so realistic. So what's next??
||Posted - 10/21/2019 : 7:15:40 PM
Yes, Mike, natural light makes a huge difference.
Thanks, Kevin !!
Yeah, Frank, this was back in the 50's...before tripping was invented.
Dave and Carl, many thanks !!
||Posted - 10/21/2019 : 7:03:05 PM
Excellent modeling Fred!
||Posted - 10/21/2019 : 6:16:02 PM
||Posted - 10/21/2019 : 5:44:57 PM
Wow Fred that's fantastic. My wife's parents had a fuel fill sticking up like that one. What a trip hazard.
||Posted - 10/21/2019 : 4:09:41 PM
||Posted - 10/21/2019 : 4:03:58 PM
Beautiful work. Bright daylight really brings out the finely-done details, setting and the garage.
||Posted - 10/21/2019 : 3:59:38 PM