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 Posted: Tue Feb 16th, 2016 11:08 am
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I'm doing more than 120 palm trees



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 Posted: Sun Feb 21st, 2016 07:08 am
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If you want to order the lugage car you can click on


http://www.sculpteo.com/fr/print/fourgon-decauville-maroc-hoe/KEYSfuJy?basket=1&noclickredirect=1&uuid=04ByiKcxnUnyClnOp3rDzg

The roof must be done with plasticard (bettern than 3 d printing for curve roof !)



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 Posted: Tue Feb 23rd, 2016 04:25 pm
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Today I start to buid the pechot's trucks from meridian model kit.



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 Posted: Wed Mar 9th, 2016 07:13 am
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My friend Jean-Pierre prints the rolling stock as a test.

Here the result



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 Posted: Wed Mar 9th, 2016 03:43 pm
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Nice to have a friend like that Franck!

Good looking stock. How far apart are the ''layer'' lines?

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Herb Kephart wrote: Nice to have a friend like that Franck!

Good looking stock. How far apart are the ''layer'' lines?

Herb

We print this sample on sculpteo (which is a cheap and poor in quality) just to test is there is no mistake. There is no mistake but some details were not print because of sculpteo.

Now we are going to print 4 wagons with a serious company in order to get all the details and not to much layers. The roof will be done in plastic card in order to have no layers at all.



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the wagon can be bought on-line at http://www.sculpteo.com/fr/print/fourgon-decauville-maroc-hoe/KEYSfuJy?basket=1&noclickredirect=1&uuid=3d3JEUGQHBtMpTBiNr0Lke



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 Posted: Mon Mar 21st, 2016 01:20 pm
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A very interestting project, Frank.

And a nice setting.

Keep posting!


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I do some progress on my layout.

I finish the building with the first coat of primer. The building will look like the building of the backdrops with trace of soil.

I paint the soil before adding the sand, the grass, cactus and palm tree of course...

I cast and paint the stones.

I am happy with the result wich look like what I have in my mind.

I have now to











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 Posted: Sat Apr 2nd, 2016 06:57 pm
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Hi Franck,

It begins to take shape nicely. How and from wich material did you made those facade buildings?

Alwin

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