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Discussion in 'N / Z Scale Model Trains' started by Dan Crowley, Nov 15, 2005.
Here is a shot of the Soda Shoppe in my commercial district.
That's what I like, a shop open for us night owls.
Looking good Dan. :thumb:
Awesome photo - I had to do a double take on that one
Cool! Great shot! :thumb: :thumb:
Thats an awesome shot, very evocotive. I almost wish it were 3am and I was just about to get a soda!
Gosh, your town is very well-behaved... everyone crowding round the church rather than the soda shop. I bet you don't get much graffiti around there....
That is a stunning photo, Dan!
Fantastic job, my friend!
That Dan is a splendid Photograph.
That is the night scene we should all be aiming for.
Very nice modeling.
Night scenes are so cool! Makes me want to illuminate some of my structures!
Really, really impressive Dan. Great work.:thumb:
That is a really great shot Dan. :thumb:
Very nice work, Dan! :thumb:
Sidewalk is well done. Hard to make it look like it is part of the ground and not just laid down on top of the street. Very nice!
Thanks for all the nice comments.
Great Shot Dan :thumb: !!!!!!!!!! We miss you over there :cry:
Awesome Dan....what do you use for lighting the interior?
I use lights that I found at Michaels. They are in the flower section and are supposed to be used for lighting up flower arrangements. They come with a wiring harness and battery holder.
How did you build the interior items (counter, stools, etc)? It looks fantastic!
That looks beautiful Dan. I wish I had a good camara that took close up pictures.
The countertop is made from styrene. There is also a hood fan over the grill that you can't see. The stools are earing backs (also available at Micheals) The floor is made of evergreen styrene with a grid pattern. I just painted it balck and white checkerboard to represent a tile floor.