Show me how you address the windows in your Ameritowne buildings.  I do not want to do interiors on all of them so I need to block out view.  Some I will do interiors on the first floor and block out the uppers.  Thank you.

John W Sherwood DMD

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You can also download images from the internet as well as use 3D objects. Western Auto was done with a combination of both.

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Thanks Rich.  I must be printing them incorrectly (ie window walls) as I get #71 and #72 graphics same page too small.  Looks like about HO scale.  Printer settings?  Thank you sir.

John W Sherwood DMD

In addition to the printed graphics take a look at Miller window signs.  Just keep in mind that, while much smaller, they use the same module as the larger billboards, so you need room in the building for them.

Dan

Seems the printer settings for the graphics are over my head.  Any advice appreciated.  They are printing small..like HO or smaller.

John W Sherwood DMD

If you have access to MS Powerpoint you can use that to resize pictures for your windows.  Maybe not the best examples or even what you are looking for, but here's a couple I did this way.

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Steve

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Window graphics purchased from OGR.    A rear look, relatively easy install.  There is an acetate sheet between the graphics and front for a window effect.  

 

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