rockstars1989 posted:

Its on the layout-wired. Need to install the Locomotive doors. Some scenery and lighting around it.

Im sure I will manage to perpetuate things for a while. Having a great time! Nick

That looks great!

Are the windows just clear plastic with vinyl or pinstripe tape for the window frames?

Santa Fe, All the Way

Thanks for the compliments guys.

LOU-Mounted plexiglass behind the openings. The grids are all hand laid basswood that I pre painted

I cut everyone to fit. I used Elmers clear glue and hemostats to place them. 

BIGTRUCK-Hours on this project in the high 200's - low 300's (HOURS)

 

Thanks for looking Nick

 

                                                                                                                             

rockstars1989 posted:

Thanks for the compliments guys.

LOU-Mounted plexiglass behind the openings. The grids are all hand laid basswood that I pre painted

I cut everyone to fit. I used Elmers clear glue and hemostats to place them. 

BIGTRUCK-Hours on this project in the high 200's - low 300's (HOURS)

 

Thanks for looking Nick

 

They look great. How think was the basswood? I was planning on using thin vinyl tape for window frames on my engine house build.

Santa Fe, All the Way

Lou1985 posted:
rockstars1989 posted:

Thanks for the compliments guys.

LOU-Mounted plexiglass behind the openings. The grids are all hand laid basswood that I pre painted

I cut everyone to fit. I used Elmers clear glue and hemostats to place them. 

BIGTRUCK-Hours on this project in the high 200's - low 300's (HOURS)

 

Thanks for looking Nick

 

They look great. How think was the basswood? I was planning on using thin vinyl tape for window frames on my engine house build.

LOU They are about 1/8 thick. I bought them in a variety pack form from Hobby Lobby. Then I spread out spray painted. I cut them to fit with a small pair of electronics wire cutters. 

                                                                                                                             

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