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Discussion in 'Workbenches, including workshop techniques.' started by Stubby47, 22 August 2018.
Window and doors placed in position. Not sure whether to render the wall, or use brickpaper.
Good work on the windows and doors Stu, very effective done in layers.
I might re-cut the main window and frame, I didn't realise the lower edge was so uneven.
Very effective Stu. How did you achieve the dry fallen leaves effect. Just like today’s walk with the dogs.
They are a Treemendous product, so just stuck down in the gutter with pva.
Item #5, Forest floor.
TREEMENDUS » Earth powder, Normandy earth, Sand, Forest Floor, Snow, Scenefix glue.
Thanks. Not come across that brand before. Bookmarked that for future reference.
Almost almost done. I need to finish the reporter and find a suitable lady for him to be talking to.
And add the sign and downspout to the shop.
A couple more of the Cakebox Challenge entry.
This is for the replacement layout for the Munition store - an ambitious 3-level layout I lost interest in.
Instead I'm just using the 009 stock for a quick-build.
The layout itself is made from foamboard and will have a detachable rear loop to make a full circle, if required.
There is also a short length of std gauge track and transporter wagons.
So this isn't quite a building, that's still to be added, but it's one of the BRM Cakebox entries.