6 results found for 'Mike Clark'
Artwork Rules OK!
Issue 228 (2014)
With detailed notes and diagrams, Mike Clark provides an invaluable guide for anyone intent on producing artwork for etching.
Flushed With Success
Issue 118 (2000)
The new Bachmann Mk I coaches are superb, their flush-glazing finally outclassing the much lamented Kitmasters of the 1960s. We have waited a long time for plastic mouldings like this and these RTR models don't require much work for use on P4. Here Ian Pember leads with a simple conversion, whilst, using a series of sketches, Mike Clark details more ambitious improvements. WE present their separate accounts alongside one another to enable readers to select their own level of details.
Hampstead Norris: Four outings and a funeral
Compendium 3 (1997)
Purchased unfinished, sawn in half, sold, bought back and prettified, the P4 layout Hampstead Norris had a blighted life. It managed four exhibition showings before heading into the skip. It wasn't perfect but, says Mike Clark, it did look nice.
Late LMS Coaches - Part 2. Underframe Detail (and Extras)
Issue 49 (1991)
Now we come to the tricky bits, Mike Clark concludes his finescale batch-build.
Late LMS Coaches in 4mm
Issue 48 (1991)
A project which started as a relatively simple review of available 4mm kits turned into a major research and development exercise for Mike Clark. In the first of two articles, he explains the tortured route that eventually led to the completion of three superb vehicles - LMS open and corridor thirds and a BR-built brake third.
Brake Third - built 1950 by BR, Comet kit modified underframe. Open Third - LMS Diagram No.D1915, Badgeer kit with Jackson-Evans sides. Corridor Third - LMS Diagram No.D1899, Comet kit.
Twenty Minute Trees - an impressionist wood for Pendon
Issue 34 (1989)
A very full description of producing tree shapes for massing into a dense woodland.