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    Hello,


    The buildings (N) have been converted to UV resin which allows a significant price reduction.
    http://www.richesheures.net/3dprint/01sVille02.htm
    There are 6 typical buildings from the years 1900-1930 with different front and rear facades for more variety. These models are inspired by real constructions and for some include shops.





    They can be combined with pavilions from the same period to make a typical neighborhood of the suburbs of larger or smaller cities. These suburbs often have an "anarchic" side with a succession of heterogeneous constructions.
    http://www.richesheures.net/3dprint/01sVille01.htm


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    Hello,

    Here's what's new for March:

    A large metal pile for viaducts which completes the large modular viaduct. It is more or less inspired by Busseau sur Creuse.
    http://www.richesheures.net/3dprint/01sViaduc01.htm



    Platform awnings with associated platform. The wide awning is inspired by that of Vallorcine which lent itself well to 3D printing.
    http://www.richesheures.net/3dprint/01sAbriQuai01.htm



    Two animated mills:
    http://www.richesheures.net/3dprint/01sAnime01.htm
    One is a typical windmill. This is a conversion of an existing model already in HO on my Shapeways store. The new engine is more robust.

    The second is a water mill which has the particularity of having an oversized wheel which makes the movement noticeable from afar. This mill actually exists and can be seen in the summer in Cape Sizun.

    The video instructions for the mills:


    We also offer you the possibility of having your models painted for a price equal to the price of the model. For a € 10 model, the paint will be worth € 10, for a € 30 model, the paint will be worth € 30…
    http://www.richesheures.net/3dprint/00order05.htm

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    Hello,

    Here are the April news in UV resin, all in N:

    There is only one conversion from the old range: a small tram station.
    http://www.richesheures.net/3dprint/01sGareAutres01.htm


    The other models are new:
    My catalog was missing a town hall. I therefore chose a building, the town hall of Garanciθre, which is distinguished by its rather original clock tower.
    http://www.richesheures.net/3dprint/01sPublic01.htm


    The last two models come from a special Z scale order that I also put in N.
    First of all, the well-known Lusigny station (for French people).
    http://www.richesheures.net/3dprint/01sGareAutres01.htm


    Then a small merchandise hall inspired by the Semuy one.
    http://www.richesheures.net/3dprint/01sDepot01.htm



    Other things with photos of a client (Olivier Taniou) of a painting of an HO model of a small sailboat that can be found here (in N and HO): http://www.richesheures.net/3dprint/01sBoat01.htm
    To be precise this is the old Shapeways version (http://shpws.me/NLgl) and not the new UV resin version.
    Photos of the assembly: http://www.richesheures.net/3dprint/...uOlivier02.jpg
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    All of your creations are excellent, but the detail and design of the sailboat (HO?) are superb! Did you create that from customer's photos?

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    Quote Originally Posted by el Gato Gordo View Post
    All of your creations are excellent, but the detail and design of the sailboat (HO?) are superb! Did you create that from customer's photos?
    This is the HO version but the N has the same details. A good painting brings out the details better.
    The model is created from plans and photos found on the internet. And then I see this type of boat every day at home.
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    Hello,


    Here is a big update to UV resin for castles in N.


    First, there are the ruined elements that make it possible to decor a wooded height such as the Vosges or Auvergne ruins. The details, mainly stone joints, have been refined.
    http://www.richesheures.net/3dprint/...teauFort02.htm





    The modular fortified castle has received significant additions and modifications in addition to fine-tuning of details. We can make a complete enclosure that loops perfectly.
    http://www.richesheures.net/3dprint/...teauFort01.htm





    Or an open enclosure as below which better corresponds to a city enclosure.


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    Hello,

    First of all a small image of a special order with this metal viaduct derived from the N modular bridge (http://www.richesheures.net/3dprint/01sViaduc01.htm ) but changed here at TT scale and double track .
    The total height is 25 cm (so 30 m in real) and it will have 4 spans in total or 88 cm long (105 m in real).



    Then the Cιvennes village (in N), 4 houses, 1 barn, 1 borie and 4 walls, was put in UV resin : http://www.richesheures.net/3dprint/01sVillage01.htm
    Compared to the previous version, the roofs have been revised with large, more realistic slates.
    The chapel (in N and HO) matching this village is located here : http://www.richesheures.net/3dprint/01sReligieux01.htm



    Following a special order, here is a new boat (in N and HO), an oyster barge : http://www.richesheures.net/3dprint/01sBateau01.htm
    This type of boat is found in shallow water and easily ran aground at low tide to load and unload bags of oysters.

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    Hello,

    Here are some new features in HO and N for the end of summer.

    As it is soon back to school, a school is very suitable. I was inspired by a small rural school in Faverolles en Berry which has an interesting polychrome wall.
    The kit consists of several separate elements: the school, the courtyard + walls, the furnished classrooms inside.
    http://richesheures.net/3dprint/01sPublic01.htm



    The classroom has all the furniture - platform, desk, blackboard, school tables, cupboard, stove - and fits under the school.



    The trees can be found here: http://richesheures.net/3dprint/01sNature01.htm
    They are city trees, often lime trees carefully pruned in a row or parasol.


    I chose the factory for its very French and neat style dating from the 1920s. It takes over the main lines of the Yainville electrical plant (now destroyed) in Normandy but with a much smaller size.
    The large rear door allows entry of a wagon.
    http://richesheures.net/3dprint/01sUsine01.htm

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    If anyone thinks that the trees look odd, Google "pollarding." These pollarded trees would be appropriate for a winter or spring setting on a layout.

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    Quote Originally Posted by el Gato Gordo View Post
    If anyone thinks that the trees look odd, Google "pollarding." These pollarded trees would be appropriate for a winter or spring setting on a layout.
    I remember seeing this done to chestnut trees whenever I was living in France for three years.
    @RichesHeures Do you know how to make the French town signs? White with black lettering and the red rectangle boarder? I was searching for an fictional name for my town and my wife had a great idea for a name. The name of the town will be Bouzolles . You might know where the name of this town was taken from. Also I am looking for an specific car/voiture, if the name of the town rings a bell. I am looking for an Renault Nevada. Jeff and Cathy Tuche would approve!
    Cheers!
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    Quote Originally Posted by MoPac View Post
    I remember seeing this done to chestnut trees whenever I was living in France for three years.
    @RichesHeures Do you know how to make the French town signs? White with black lettering and the red rectangle boarder? I was searching for an fictional name for my town and my wife had a great idea for a name. The name of the town will be Bouzolles . You might know where the name of this town was taken from. Also I am looking for an specific car/voiture, if the name of the town rings a bell. I am looking for an Renault Nevada. Jeff and Cathy Tuche would approve!
    Renault Nevada is also known as Renault 21, at least that's what google says, but I couldn't find any in N-scale.
    As long as I can model in N-scale, I know I'm not old

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    Quote Originally Posted by Janbouli View Post
    Renault Nevada is also known as Renault 21, at least that's what google says, but I couldn't find any in N-scale.
    I actually saw one of them when I was living in France. My wife pointed it out and said “Les Tuches!” Although it was a different color and year model.
    Cheers!
    Clayton

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    Quote Originally Posted by MoPac View Post
    I remember seeing this done to chestnut trees whenever I was living in France for three years.
    @RichesHeures Do you know how to make the French town signs? White with black lettering and the red rectangle boarder? I was searching for an fictional name for my town and my wife had a great idea for a name. The name of the town will be Bouzolles . You might know where the name of this town was taken from. Also I am looking for an specific car/voiture, if the name of the town rings a bell. I am looking for an Renault Nevada. Jeff and Cathy Tuche would approve!
    Hello,

    For commune names, easy to do with photoshop.
    However before the metal panels, there were concrete panels which I think was nicer.


    Modeling cars is not my specialty. Well then I can do it but it might be expensive.

    Bouzolle it really exists, but there is only one house.
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    Hello,

    Here is a little painting exercise on the barrier guard house (HO). Already available in N, it is now in HO with a similar engraving, there are just a few minor modifications, mainly doorframes thicknesses.

    In a few weeks most of the buildings in N will be available in HO.

    The paint job took 5 or 6 hours over 3 days with about ten different colors. Version N must require comparable work.

    http://www.richesheures.net/3dprint/01sMaisonGB01.htm
    I will continue to color a number of models that will be used in Bretagne Miniature.

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    Hello,

    Thanks to a new larger machine, most of the UV Resin catalog, initially in N, is now available in HO. There are in this material, manufactured directly at Richesheures, 123 references in N and 111 references in HO.
    Conversions to other scales are always possible, within the limit of footprint (to larger scales) or too fine detail (to smaller scales).

    A novelty with the "Abri du Marin" (Shelter of the Sailor) of Combrit (HO) which completes the port - it also receives elements from that of Douarnenez for the side facades invisible to Combrit. The “Abri du Marin” were establishments designed to educate and entertain sailors on a stopover, providing an alternative to bars.
    http://www.richesheures.net/3dprint/01sBateau01.htm


    As a bonus, a new coloring of a Breton house (HO, also exists in N). As in reality, the facade on the street is decorated while the rear facade is more rustic. You can use the house from two sides to create more diversity.
    http://www.richesheures.net/3dprint/01sVillage02.htm


    The painting gives a better idea of the level of detail of these models. Unlike injected plastic, we do not see the connections between the parts since the model is often monobloc. And compared to cardboard, sensitive to humidity, the paint will not deform the surface. Finally, the plastic of the UV resin is resistant to acetone and we can therefore strip the model to redo the painting.
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    In terms of detail level, is the UV resin printing different than the Shapeways printing? Clearly it is lower cost which is nice.
    Just another n-scaler.

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