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Thread: Janbouli's Home Layout The Kannewton & CC Line

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    Made progression just didn't take many photo's, but here's what I got.

    Loading dock an stairs in place , oops forgot to paint the foundation. Will get that later , somehow.




    The shingles among other things look a bit large but will do , what I don't like is when you use shingles the last row against the cupula is just a flat piece of paper instead of shingles.


    So I fixed that by cutting off a very narrow piece of the shingle row and even using single shingles , even though a bit overscale they're still small in N-scale.
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    I think it will look ok once you've got the roof cap on. If you're ever short on shingles like that they'd be a snap for me to make.

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    I actually forgot to take many photo's .

    The waterbarrel , I used some copper thread to simulate the bands.


    The finished building from different sides.






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    Nice building.

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    Very nice build!

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    The next scene on my layout will be of some rolling Kansas hills , I am picturing some undulated landscape with a stream flowing through it , a girder bridge crosses the stream close to a watermill . On top of one of the hills lies a small church, and a little further on a farm with a large barn. Near to the watermill there is a small store with an abandoned spur that once was used to stock the store , but now that is all done by truck.


    The church on the hill.


    Ready for a paint job.


    While the paint of the church dries I start on the girder bridge. A nice little kit by Inter-Action Hobbies.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Janbouli View Post
    some rolling Kansas hills
    Do those exist?

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    Quote Originally Posted by baronjutter View Post
    Dat polyback
    ??????????????????
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    This is what I had in mind , hills in kansas with a stream

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    Quote Originally Posted by Janbouli View Post
    Ready for a paint job.
    Church.jpg
    This is structurally unsound ... ... ... You may have to sack your builder.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Janbouli View Post
    ??????????????????
    That bridge is made almost entirely out of polybak, a very fun material to laser cut! I use it a lot for strong thin details. It's about as good as you can get without going to photoetched metal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by baronjutter View Post
    That bridge is made almost entirely out of polybak, a very fun material to laser cut! I use it a lot for strong thin details. It's about as good as you can get without going to photoetched metal.
    It's a great material for modeling , very fine details possible especially the way Darryl layers it . He uses it a lot on all his kits.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Janbouli View Post
    some rolling Kansas hills
    Quote Originally Posted by WP&P View Post
    Do those exist?
    They do indeed. I was surprised when I moved to Kansas at how hilly parts of it are. Parts of it do match the stereotype of being flat as a pancake, but a lot of it does not.

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    Yeah he's the one who got me laserin' on it

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    Girder bridge ready for some rust and other weathering, easy to build and looks great.


    The little church ready for weathering, wouldn't use this in a foreground scene.
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    The church after some A&I and some drybrushing.




    Bridge treated with 3 rust tones and drybrushing with white.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Janbouli View Post
    The church after some A&I and some drybrushing.
    http://janbouli.com/images/scenes/hills/hills8.jpg

    http://janbouli.com/images/scenes/hills/hills9.jpg

    Bridge treated with 3 rust tones and drybrushing with white.
    http://janbouli.com/images/scenes/hills/hills10.jpg
    In reference to a post in another thread: this doesn't look like slacking to me

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    I really do like the weathering you are doing on your models, especially the rusty bridge. Well done!

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    Really nice work on the your building Jan,
    Love that Church!
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