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  • 30 June 2016

    Now it’s time for track ballast and static grass. The first one is fine sand, bought in aquaristic shop and glued to the base by thinned Scenic Glue from Woodland Scenics, finally painted by Revell enamels (No.83 and 84). As far as static grass is concerned I prefer Polák 1-2mm, because of it’s wide and very natural range of colours. I applied it […]

  • 31 March 2016

    Next, I put the vallejo acrylics on my trees. I use three colours – Olive Drab, Cork Brown i Red Leather. The same colours but in different proportions on each type of tree. Finally I used matt varnish in spray to protect the trunks and branches.

  • 24 March 2016

    Next stage. I used spray primer from Tamiya all over the trees. Than add some matt varnish and sprinkle the dust from Polák. Finally I sprayed the trunks and branches one more time to fix the whole composition. The overal look of the trees are not very impresive yet, but I hope it will be better soon 😉

  • 22 March 2016

    I wanted to adopt an old and well known method to create a bunch of various trees from the copper wire. So I shaped the trunk and the branches. Finally I put some cyanoacrylic glue to fasten the construction. To be continued…

  • 19 December 2015

    Here is my second part of the very short tutorial. At his stage I used “Wash for wood” by AK to paint the trunks, than the whole leaves was painted by “Wash for interior” which is great product. Last but not least I dry brushed the top parts of the leaves using Vallejo “Olive green”. Final touches will be made, as I place […]

  • 13 December 2015

    Here is my short “step-by-step” tutorial how to make very cheap palm trees. All you need is few toothpicks, some water, sharp scalpel and… a bit of patience 😉 The water is used to soften the wood and make it more flexible. Next step will be painting.

  • The final touches. I used the paints from Vallejo and Faller to finish the road. Than Woodland’s Fine Turf and some of my trees were added to create the greenery. Last but not least I arrayed some of my vehicles and took a couple of pictures. Probably you have noticed two prototypes of excavators. These products will be availabe in our range very […]

  • 16 May 2015

    The final touches – I added some bushes (Woodland Coarse Turf) and trees. I placed also the bunch of cars (maybe a bit too many) and took couple of pictures. I hope you’ll like them.

  • 14 May 2015

    I started with the curb stones. I made them from some thin slices of the polistyrene, and added the short sidewalks as well. Than I painted the base using Woodland and Faller’s paints. I like the Faller, because of it’s nice texture and deep matt finish. Next, I used Faller’s glue to fix the static grass by Polak. You must remember to mask […]

  • After 24 hours, the first layer of greenery was dry and ready. I used polyvinyl resin glue to fix the buildings and the wheel in the right places. Than, I used home made mixture of flocks made by Noch to create the backyard plant field. I used this product, because of it’s colour, which is much brighter and fresh than the others. Than […]