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 Posted: Thu Jun 19th, 2014 07:58 am
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The layout progresses a little



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 Posted: Thu Jan 22nd, 2015 11:09 am
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I just finish tree locos for this layout. I work hard during 3 days to paint them and weather them.

The first one is a free lance diema base on a 040 davenport of Bachman. I use few laser cut parts.










The second one is a free lance loco base on a 040 davenport of Bachman. I use parts of backwood transkit. I'm not very happy with the result but The loco will stay like that.











The last one is a Gmeinder 18/20 on a davenport chassis. I use marvellous casting parts of Bill Martinsen c/.









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Amazing work!



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WOW, if you cropped out the backgrounds in a few of those last shots, I would have believed it was a full size locomotive!



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 Posted: Tue Mar 17th, 2015 11:43 am
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I spent a lot of time to finish my boat, I'm not a model boat builder so It's quite boring.



I just finish a snow plow inspired by a narrow gauge model from Germany





I just finish a snow plow connect to a loco inspired by a narrow gauge model in Italy.





I add also light to my building.





I test also a new kind of snow because I'm fully satisfied by this one.

This week end I wil do an exhibition near Bruxelles with the woolacombe bay.



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Just exquisite modeling! What else can I add?

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Hi Franck.

Awesome boot-prints in the snow...

...makes me reach for my thermal-wellies !!!

Love the snowplows.

Cheers.

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That's some pretty convincing snow! I especially like the footprints. One suggestion, if I may, about the snow: don't make it too white, unless you want fresh powder. Snow has a tendency to absorb some color due to oils, dirt, rocks, and whatever else it lands on. Like I said, just a suggestion. The snow looks quite good the way it is now.

Good job and keep us posted, as always.

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Great!!

What else can we say----


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This is looking great I love what you done with the snow, all the shoe prints etc..



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