5 results found for 'Richard Ellis'
A Midland Lighter
Issue 266 (2018)
Richard Ellis builds a barge (or lighter) operated by the Midland Railway
Boxes, Crates and Barrels
Issue 264 (2018)
Richard Ellis describes how he made various boxes, crates and barrels for his 7mm Monk's Gate layout
Issue 269 (2019)
When Richard Ellis wrote about 'A Midland Lighter' in MRJ 266, we could see tantalising glimpses of the adjacent yard. This introduced us to his 'Midland in Bristol' diorama, and here he describes how he creates the undulating surfaces and textures of the yard surface, a topic rarely visited in detail, but one that most will face when building a layout
Midland Goods Office
Issue 260 (2018)
Characterised by careful observation and fine modelling, is this small goods office, the work of Richard Ellis. Admitting to having a bit of a 'thing' about brickwork, he draws our attention to the different bonds that are commonly used in building construction, and then explains with clarity how he models them. We were excited by the realism of his work, and feel sure you will be too
Midland in Bristol
Issue 274 (2019)
When we first saw the work of Richard Ellis we were bowled over. The meticulous composition, attention to detail and exquisite use of colour and texture are sublime, resulting in a model dripping in atmosphere. Richard has discussed the construction of various aspects of the model already in the pages of MRJ and will hopefully contribute further in the future.
Here he looks at the inspiration behind his award-winning model and the journey upon which it has taken him.