Alan, that is going to be a work of art when done.

 Bar...always fantastic scenes, you might tell that little guy that it's not safe to be so close 

I'm in the paint, detail and lighting on my project, the elevated track that it will be going behind is mostly done. So far 100% 3D printed.

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Fantastic work fellas.  Bar, that guy looks like he's sitting a little too close to the tracks.  Better tell him to back up a bit so he doesn't get hit with some wide swinging equipment. ; )

Have Fun!

Ron

 

"I'd rather be lucky than good"

 

For goodness sake, if you "reply with quote" to my posts, remove the pictures.

Ron. Thanks. That guy really sitting quite near on the tracks but not hit any cars or engines, anyway i must to save him. 👍

Johan 

Alan and all, amazing and inspiring work. Appreciate all the pictures. Bar GP 73, scenery looks great and car weathering is so realistic.

Tom

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sidehack posted:

Alan, that is going to be a work of art when done.

 Bar...always fantastic scenes, you might tell that little guy that it's not safe to be so close 

I'm in the paint, detail and lighting on my project, the elevated track that it will be going behind is mostly done. So far 100% 3D printed.

IMG_8727IMG_8715

Ray. Thank you. Amazing 3D print work. We try also made a some new 3D buildings, i post pics later.👍

Johan

Alan. Faboulous work like always. It's would be a nice own some building what you have done. 🤝 i always dreaming something what related to the paper industry.

Johan

Steamfan77 posted:

Alan, Johan, and Ray fantastic, inspiring work. Below is a section house, my first scratch build. I decided to try my hand at styrene.

Andy

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Andy. Thank you. Your layout looking just a perfect. Hope i can some day build a bigger layout.

Johan

Ray, This is an Amazing Viaduct.

IS it suposed to be steel or Concrete when finished? By the looks of it it suggest a concrete covered steel type of structure like the old MaCarter Hwy. in Newark, NJ over the NEC.

 

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Tom Q Fan posted:

Alan and all, amazing and inspiring work. Appreciate all the pictures. Bar GP 73, scenery looks great and car weathering is so realistic.

Tom

Tom. Thank you.🤝

Johan

Jerrman posted:

Bar, fantastic scenes. Who made the figure? I don’t recognize it. 

Jerrman. Thank you. It's a MTH figure. 🤝

Johan

Everyone's projects are really amazing!! 

I started a small oil field today....

Still have a lot to do.....

Paul 

Paul, that is really nice looking oil field. Like the tanks. Keep us updated.

Tom

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prrhorseshoecurve posted:

Ray, This is an Amazing Viaduct.

IS it suposed to be steel or Concrete when finished? By the looks of it it suggest a concrete covered steel type of structure like the old MaCarter Hwy. in Newark, NJ over the NEC.

 

You are right, very similar.....I designed this to be a type of steel channel and plate arch as you might be able to see better in this close up. It is my own design and will be somewhat similar to one I already have on the lay made many years ago from wood. I was intrigued at how do you make I beams using a 3D printer and this is what I came up with.

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Ray,

Your 3-d printing really expands what you can create for your layout. Impressive.

MELGAR

Mel, .....thank you, just finished the paintingIMG_8729

Only have back construction of simulated rooms for lighting, windows (curtains and or shades), sidewalk, detailing and some weathering to do.

Yes 3D printing inspires me to do things I only dreamed of doing before

Ray

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Ray,

Outstanding! The brickwork and bay windows are fantastic. I have long thought that there is a dearth of brick building kits or pieces available in 1:48. Do you have space for it on your layout?

MELGAR

Mel, yes I built it to go behind the elevated track arches I just finished. I took a building that existed and tried to stay close to it's design as I could. It was next to the train station in Springfield Ma. built as The Cooley House in 1849 and then in 1928 became the Hotel Charles. It was taken over by the city of Springfield in 1988 and this section burnt the same year. The trains ran next to it and over Main St at "The Arch" bridge.

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I have been a frequent train passenger to Springfield since CT Rail began its service from New Haven. Am familiar with the arch bridge and downtown area but avoid the casino...

MELGAR

 

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Alan Graziano posted:

Ray,

The building looks great.

Right back at you Alan...thanks

Ray

Steamfan77 posted:

Alan, Johan, and Ray fantastic, inspiring work. Below is a section house, my first scratch build. I decided to try my hand at styrene.

Andy

CA88D8C1-4880-4DC1-BEB5-8A82C93E19DDE52C174A-00AE-4DC0-92A6-FBEA337688AF62F8E4D9-3BA4-4D5D-9F11-80CCC9378EAF50F63D4E-C246-46A1-BC42-3FBA826E1A17A1DD3BC5-2F38-41C2-8251-BE3312E2D7CAE8DD70DB-F15F-41C0-ACCA-47A5F6769D0355718B09-A5BA-4541-A532-FDC275582FF12811D86D-4D21-4B65-A6E7-7C4D150F53344D9286B8-4D8D-4F84-9823-7FBA0642F2F7A41A2E0A-4129-4232-9977-E1A186608D2194CE815F-F855-4827-96A1-BFFE00C2BBAAFA9E6A2B-FE41-4F46-9AA4-904183969024425E6931-0010-4BDA-A1CF-7E14CE69E3FAED1BACF7-6579-4111-86D8-27629DE7EDF470999808-8B86-482F-9975-47B4F98A6D8E

Outstanding scratch going on here very very nice and it looks good too

930CEB56-F9F2-43B3-B171-30568ED6998A692E077E-4905-4577-8212-0BB5426388A7CA12E040-7552-4CB4-AE9A-2211018203B9Thanks for starting this thread. I’ve been working on a this Coal tower scene going to have worker loading that Ford Fairlane with bagged Coal. I need a good plank board board fence prebuilt or not any suggestions? 

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Lee, you could also build it from scratch if so inclined, lengths of wood, scratch with hacksaw blade, tint with paint washes and stain with ink and alcohol mix, then glue all together as shown

BTW love the yellow and black ford

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Guys Thank you for your help I thought about maybe trying some wooden stir sticks using Ray idea and I also like the evergreen styrene idea also but I really didn’t see anything I’m looking for. BTW Ray  I really like that pic of loading up the Ford pickup truck with firewood very neat looking

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