Spectacular! Duane-it's really looking great. I see what you mean about the little Porter going "over the hump" onto the bridge. Of course, you have the hump modeled, the bridge wouldn't be without it.
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Strange but plaster and styrofoam do make a white xmas. I just looked at my last post and could see in the picture that the retaining walls where the houses will be are a touch too big. I used the Fine Adjustment Tool to take of a bit and cut into the hillside...
Last edited on Thu Dec 23rd, 2010 03:09 am by elminero67
Lunchtime update: Before I started carving the first house wall I cut off a little more from the top of as I didnt want retaining walls to take over the scene. I also thought Id experiment: In a few highly visible areas I will try to stack small sections of the wall piece by piece to see how it looks.
Last edited on Thu Dec 23rd, 2010 08:50 pm by elminero67
It took three cups of liquid love (coffee) to finish the carving, but now it is almost ready for painting. I built up the rock outcroppings a bit too to continue the "theme." The last retaining walls I did came out looking a little flat, so I wanted to try to make them look more like these in this thread: