detail parts etc.

Discussion in 'Scratchin' & Bashin'' started by philip, Sep 7, 2003.

  1. philip

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    Hey All ! Just wanted to share these detail parts I'm making for the local model railroad club. ;)




    Out- house

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    other stuff

    LP tanks.......coffins........chimneys

    ;)

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    smell

    stinkin the high heavens:rolleyes:

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  4. Ralph

    Ralph Remember...it's for fun!

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    Its the little things that make the difference Philip! Nice job! Hope that flat car doesn't get spotted on some siding to sit for a while!
    Ralph
  5. eightyeightfan1

    eightyeightfan1 Now I'm AMP'd

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    Ralph, Why do you think the deer are running.
    Nice work philip...You brought the true meaning to "Porta-A-Potty"
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    coffins

    Here is a better view of the coffins. ;)

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    side view

    with this much head room.............. :D

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    Ralph and 88

    Thanks for looking. I guess my stuff is not good enough for the other members. My coffin was based on this guy.... Rube Barrows:(

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    Philip:

    Great work on the details! People will be just dying to use those coffins! ;)


    Eric
  10. Ray Marinaccio

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    I think you left them speechless. Nice work, Philip.
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    Porta-potties or coffins are details one can really get into:eek: :p Great work, you got me looking into fiberglass johnnies:eek: :p for some casting ideas.
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    Ralph Remember...it's for fun!

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    I'm guessing folks just haven't logged onto the thread yet Philip. Your's is quality work. That picture of Rube Barrows is a grim thing...but it looks like he died with his boots on! :)
    Ralph
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    Philip,

    Nice work on the details. The LP tanks are just the ticket for adding around switches that use switch heaters in the winter.

    Greg
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    Great work, are you using poly urathane resin?
  15. Matthyro

    Matthyro Will always be re-membered

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    Nice detail stuff philip. They sure make a difference to a scene
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    Now, let's not be taking digs at this subject. It's a grave matter.
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    Great stuff! Little details make all the difference.
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    Nice work! Outhouses, shed, and all those types of outbuildings really add a lot to a scene.

    cheers
    Val
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    Actually, I'm digging the propane tanks. Any tips on how you did those puppies ???
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    Ditto!! :cool: They look great. I could use a few of those myself. Any tips you'ld like to pass on would be appreciated.