Jump to content

scahalane

Members
  • Content Count

    778
  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won

    2

scahalane last won the day on March 21 2019

scahalane had the most liked content!

Community Reputation

148 Excellent

2 Followers

About scahalane

  • Rank
    Senior Member

Recent Profile Visitors

The recent visitors block is disabled and is not being shown to other users.

  1. If the water had of been flat calm these would look life scale. Great job.
  2. Fine job Noel. I've one built but not painted yet. There a very nice kit.
  3. Ok, I had the pull the trigger on that one...too dam sexy...the fleet is growig steadily!
  4. Did the grain wagons run in Cork or were they specific to certain lines. They look a fab wagon.
  5. Looking Fab, great shots.
  6. I use Hycote plastic primer as my usual spray primer as its stocked at my local car shop. Its much cheaper than Halfords and in my opion just as good. But make sure its the plastic primer as they do a metal one as well that looks similar.
  7. Nice clean modelling Noel.
  8. 3 little beauty's..Thanks for sharing.
  9. I have the Peco Turntable Power Unit, so that's the next stage. Although it looks a little flimsy...we'll see.
  10. I bought a Peco turntable kit a couple of years ago with the hope of converting it to look somewhere in the ballpark of the turntable that was at Kent station Cork. Its very over scaled and a bit toy like but a good starting base for a bit of kit bashing. The Kit! The support girders are the wrong shape so required a bit of chop and paiste. The turnatable well is far too deep so required building up the base. I also had to swop the over size wheels for something closer to the correct scale. I used card to build up the levels, and some old hornby set tract for the runner rails. v Plastic card was used to create a sharper edge and pilliput to fill the gaps Fine modelling plaster was used to build up the levels and create a solid base. Evergreen angle and tube were used to create the hand rails. Fine ballast added. In situe in the next stage of my layout. A bit of weathering.
  11. I've been working in 3d CAD for over 20 years so no probs there.
  12. Nice one...looks easy now🤪
  13. I ordered the kit, much cheaper and 3 weeks as opposed to 6 week lead time. I also ordered extra Pla filament and their own brand of Prusament PETG. I agree the finish looks very rough. But I want to jump in there and get started. There only getting better and the future is in that direction.
×
×
  • Create New...

Important Information

Terms of Use