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Guff
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Posted - 11/07/2017 :  09:11:50 AM  Show Profile
Terrell...your scratch build modeling is a long way from being laid to rest! Love your work!
Dave



Edited by - Guff on 11/07/2017 09:13:12 AM

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desertdrover
Engineer



Posted - 11/07/2017 :  09:43:26 AM  Show Profile
I scratch built this water tank using strip wood, and a cut down toilet paper tube roll for a small scene on the L&R.




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quartergauger48
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Posted - 11/07/2017 :  5:13:31 PM  Show Profile
quote:
Originally posted by Terrell

Another cardstock building. Windows, doors, roof trim, deck, cleaning table and bench are wood. And again with the canvas chimney. The roof covering (hardly seen) is tissue tar-paper.





Fred, the paint job on that chimney is perfect'..




Ted

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Dutchman
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Posted - 11/08/2017 :  08:20:34 AM  Show Profile
Another HO Scale wood and paper scratch built structure.





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quartergauger48
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Posted - 11/08/2017 :  3:04:18 PM  Show Profile
This is my very first scratch build, when I got back into modeling. Printed matt photo paper on a free sample download from Evans Designs. 100% paper except for match sticks on the porch. The light bulb was from a broken alarm monitor for a car..1.5VDC battery'.. 1/32 scale'..







Ted

Edited by - quartergauger48 on 11/08/2017 3:09:14 PM

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quartergauger48
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Posted - 11/08/2017 :  3:46:52 PM  Show Profile
2nd all paper scratch build, lighted grocery store interior. Model builders printed sheets, (Evans Designs). Google images inside. Danbury Mint, 1950 Studebaker, 1:24 and 1/2 scale building. Hand painted figures 1:24.

Foot Note: My father owned the exact same Studebaker as the model'..







Ted

Edited by - quartergauger48 on 11/08/2017 3:58:21 PM

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Bernd
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Posted - 11/08/2017 :  4:12:59 PM  Show Profile  Visit Bernd's Homepage
Nice looking buildings and modeling Ted.

Bernd


A PESSIMIST sees a dark tunnel
An OPTIMIST sees light at the end of the tunnel
A REALIST sees a freight train
The LOCOMOTIVE ENGINEER sees three idiots standing on the tracks

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Terrell
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Posted - 11/09/2017 :  09:01:15 AM  Show Profile
Another canvas brick building. Cornices, blue storefront windows and doors, display tables and step ladder are wood.







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Terrell
Fireman

Posted - 11/11/2017 :  3:48:01 PM  Show Profile
Things seem to have slowed quite a bit.

Anyway, here's a look at my current project.





I've started a thread on this build here:

http://railroad-line.com/forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=49726



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quartergauger48
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Posted - 11/12/2017 :  11:49:55 AM  Show Profile
Fred, this is an excellent looking structure'. Very, very realistic. Beautiful job as usual'..



Ted

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engineerkyle
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Posted - 11/13/2017 :  07:14:26 AM  Show Profile  Visit engineerkyle's Homepage

Here is an HO Scratch-build from one of our challenges













ek



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Guff
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Posted - 11/13/2017 :  09:35:46 AM  Show Profile
EK...nice job on the grain mill!
Dave



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engineerkyle
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Posted - 11/13/2017 :  6:16:50 PM  Show Profile  Visit engineerkyle's Homepage
Thanks Dave,

Here is a better look and the Grain Bin part of this structure.



www.engineerkyle.com



Edited by - engineerkyle on 11/13/2017 6:18:54 PM

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quartergauger48
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Posted - 11/14/2017 :  3:22:38 PM  Show Profile
This is a photo paper scratch build, 1:48 scale. The emphasis focuses on the figures, and vehicle. There has been a great deal of traffic on MRH regarding "Cell Phone Model Photography" with a stacking process. These shots are not stacked. However, the focal point is adjusted for each shot on different subjects in the shot. All figures are retouched with emphasis on the facial features. The Cell phone is a very simple "Moto G" analog, and not an I phone'..It is 4 years old and cost $95.00.


I don't know what's wrong, it keeps shutting off on me'.




Hey feller,what are you looking at?




Focus on the figure)s'.




A person can dream, can't they'..




I thought you said you fixed it'..







Ted

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George D
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Posted - 11/14/2017 :  3:35:13 PM  Show Profile
An O scale and an HO scale shed made from cardstock. OK, the HO chimney was plastic.



George



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