Progress photos

Discussion in 'N / Z Scale Model Trains' started by Xaniel, Oct 12, 2002.

  1. Xaniel

    Xaniel Member

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    Here is two new phtos taken this morning.... My layout is growing!!!

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  2. Xaniel

    Xaniel Member

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    Here are the clouds and landscape using Gavin Miller's technique!

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  3. Matt Probst

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    Nice progress Luis! Glad to see how far you've come. Please keep us up-dated!:)

    Matt--Hershey, Pa.
  4. Catt

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    Luis,the layout is looking awesome :D
  5. kettlestack

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    You've made great progress these last couple of months Luis. Everything is looking good. Have you got yourself an American outline loco to run on it yet? (I ask because you said at one stage you only had a European loco)

    Keep posting updates my friend.

    Errol
  6. Gavin Miller

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    Luis,

    The clouds came out really well. Are you happy with them? I think you've done a really professional looking job!!!

    I notice the intermodal terminal area has been "paved". Not too difficult? I know it can be tedious getting the heights "just right" - that is, just enough railhead above the "concrete" but not too much.

    Gavin Miller
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    Clouds

    Help me out fellas; please

    Where can I find the Gavin Miller Technique?

    Looks Great!!!
  8. Gavin Miller

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    My little "tutorial" on painting clouds / backdrops is on page 2 of the index - look for subject heading "Painting clouds & backdrops" or try this link, it should take you straight there:-

    http://www.the-gauge.com/forums/showthread.php?s=&threadid=2906

    Gavin Miller

    BTW, it is really EASY to get great looking clouds after a bit of practice!!