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  • #61
    Nothing is constant but Change. Unitrack is good for changes. At least you didn't ebay all the N scale.

    Looks like a good switching layout. Glad you are still with us Normal scale

    people.

    L&N nut

    Jon

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    • #62
      Thank you, Jon

      I've made a little more progress on the tunnel and bridge scene.



      The rocks are all carved floral foam. There's still a top layer of carvings to add that will finish the mountain slope. The bottom of the creek has been boxed in with foamcore.
      David Meek

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      • #63
        Excellent little switching layout you're building with the new plan - and the painting on that Kato truss bridge is fantastic! I didn't realise they were so well detailed until your painting highlighted it - I thought that was a scratchbuilt or craftsmen kit.

        I'll be looking at one of them for my own layout now.

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        • #64
          Thanks Dan! Yes, the Kato bridge is not a super detailed model but it doesn't look too bad at all when painted and weathered.
          David Meek

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          • #65
            Looks great, love the rocks!

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            • #66
              Speaking of rocks... there's a new post today on my blog all about making floral foam rocks and foam paste scenery modeling: http://thundermesaminingco.blogspot....-southern.html


              David Meek

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              • #67
                I'll say it again... WOW! Your scenery and backdrop blend perfectly. Great picture.
                Mark

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                • #68
                  Wow Dave, just read your blog >Using Floral Foam and Foam Paste to Model a Rocky Cliff

                  Very interesting. I purchased some balsa foam, after studying your other thread. Now I must try the floral foam........That is a great web page you have there. Thanks for sharing all your hard work. Much appreciated, All the best and Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours...

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                  Originally posted by Arizona Dave


                  Speaking of rocks... there's a new post today on my blog all about making floral foam rocks and foam paste scenery modeling: http://thundermesaminingco.blogspot....-southern.html






                  Ted

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                  • #69
                    Great article on your blog. Thanks for posting the link here.

                    L&N nut

                    Jon

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                    • #70
                      Hard to believe that's a 12" deep shelf!

                      And you've also inspired me to go back and do some more weathering on my Kato truss bridge.

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