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Discussion in 'Scratchin' & Bashin'' started by Bill Pontin, Nov 23, 2003.
wanted something real small for my new NTrak module
had ya going?
That's N Scale?!? Looks like Z scale! Or smaller! WOW!
EDIT: LOL!!! You sure did!
I wanted an abandoned cabin to go along with the "NOTYORES MINE" casting the walls of the cabin and not filling the molds completly I was able to achieve the derelict look.
back view, boy this old miner was hard on the neighborhood
My method of working at my workbench rather than over my module is to constuct a little diorama and plug it in later
here is a view of the module to date, have a long ways to go. You can see the entrace to the abandoned "NOTYORES MINE" in the mountain side under the trestle.
Dats one heckuva penny. One heckuva cabin too....
Great Work Bill!!!!!!! Where did you get the "G" gauge penny
That was great Bill!!!!!! Thanks for the laugh! Beautiful modeling by the way. Your module looks fantastic! The cabin is a terrific little detail that will eventually catch people's eyes once they've gotten over how cool that testle is!
Yeah! and one heckuva module too!!!! If you're bringing that to Toronto, I'm going to have to get hustlin' to come up with something as good.
That's going to be an awesome module Bill. Nicely done. That little cabin is a beaut, as is the penny.
Bill I have to say you had me fooled, I love the little cabin and espescially the idea of the module idea. I don't now if it was just my computer but a couple of the photo's were so dark I could barely make out the cabin, maybe that miner forgot to pay his electric bill? How do you accomplish the sectional method , because I have a layer of foam but it's glued to the plywood sub base?
Fantastic modeling, Bill!
I love the little mini-scene around the cabin, & that bridge module is awesome! :thumb: :thumb:
p.s. evidently, your pennies are worth a lot more than mine!