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Z or Nn3 winter micro...
Posted: Sun Dec 14th, 2014 11:47 am
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Posted: Sun Dec 14th, 2014 01:01 pm
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W C Greene
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Location: Dallas, Texas USA
BRRRRRR! Makes me cold just looking at these pics. Great work, and to imagine it is Z or Nn3...impressive.
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Posted: Sun Dec 14th, 2014 01:38 pm
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Posted: Sun Dec 14th, 2014 03:49 pm
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Snow is seldom modeled convincingly.
Usually far too coarse a material is used, especially in the smaller scales.
You have done a masterful job, and in such a small scale. Congratulations!
Still on the Island?
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Posted: Sun Dec 14th, 2014 06:51 pm
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I am happy with the overall look. Herb, you are right, the grain size (Woodland Scenics) is much too large for 1:220, so I've aimed for the "wet" look, like the first thaw.
I have been told that marble powder is good for snow in the smaller scales, I will try some next time.
Sadly not still on the Isle of Man, back in Manchester with the family, but I should imagine I will move back at some point!
Posted: Mon Dec 15th, 2014 11:16 pm
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Posted: Wed Dec 17th, 2014 06:55 am
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Joined: Sat Dec 13th, 2014
Can't say I'm much a fan of winter... but that still is some impressive modeling. I'm getting a chill just looking at it.
Now, where do I catch the boat to Jamaica?
Last edited on Wed Dec 17th, 2014 06:56 am by Mike D
Posted: Wed Dec 17th, 2014 08:48 am
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Cheers chaps!! :-)
Posted: Sat Aug 15th, 2015 12:58 pm
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Top stuff mate. As mentioned it makes you cold just looking at it.
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