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Mixed media Stamp mill for my HOn3 layout.
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 Posted: Mon May 1st, 2017 07:25 pm
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Michael G
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My latest build: A Stamp mill in HO scale for my HOn3 layout.I've made it from plans in the "Old wood and stone buildings​" book.I CAD converted the drawn plans and as I have a 3D printer, I printed the timber frame, windows, doors, smoke stack and loading platform.I then covered the frame with Northeastern wood and the roof with cardboard covered with surgical tape.The stays for the smokestack are made of piano wire.The painting is acrylics on mineral spirits soaked wood...It makes it so nicely weathered.India​ ink washes to represent rotten wood and shadows etc.[size=
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 Posted: Mon May 1st, 2017 07:28 pm
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What Si said! Great model.



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Michael

That is a great looking mill, certainly worth 5 Mooses.



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I like how this turned out.  Great weathering and nice details.  What I really want to know is how can that fellow sleep on that freight dock?  What a racket!



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Steven B wrote: I like how this turned out.  Great weathering and nice details.  What I really want to know is how can that fellow sleep on that freight dock?  What a racket!Thanks!Well, he does have a great jug of XXX in his lap.... ;)



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nice

looking forward for some pictures during your build
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Here's a pic of it outside in the sun.


And in b/w



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