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 Posted: Sat Aug 8th, 2015 08:31 pm
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W C Greene wrote: These are the "good old days" but nobody seems to build anything now...maybe I am a dinosaur after all.
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I'm still building with wood and cardboard - have five G scale cars going from balsa, basswood, cardboard, with bits of plastic and metal as appropriate. 4 boxcars, 2 round roof & round end interurban style, 2 square end with round roof, and a flat, for my freelance road.






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Good Show! Looks like my workbench...only neater!:bg:

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I'm working on a cardstock sawmill for the Red Creek & Ramsay Springs.
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Shaping up nicely. I'm happy to live in an age where so many materials options and techniques are available to use as desired and/or as best suits the purpose.



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here's some stuff to spur you up. All structures made of cardstock, of course.



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I saw this one the other day.

Looks pretty good & a low rent deal !

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On another tab at David Easton's page there is a very nice tutorial about modeling techniques:
https://parabuild.blogspot.de/p/a-model-making-tutorial.html
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