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narrow gauge

  • Today I want to show you the narrow-gauge trains for my coal mine diorama.

  • 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 Pol├ík 1-2mm, because of it’s wide and very natural range of colours. I applied it […]

  • 29 June 2016

    Today I covered the base with thin layer of Woodland acrylics. I like this paints very much. They are not expensive and easy to use, especially for unexperienced modellers. I mix them directly on the base, to achieve different shades.

  • 28 June 2016

    Now it’s time for the road. I cut it from the polystyrene sheet and glued it on the base. Than I used the exellent dusts from Polak to sprinkle the edges of the road, and the river banks. I love this product. At the end of the day I placed the buildings and the train for a while to feel the magic ­čśë […]

  • 27 June 2016

    At this stage, I glued the tracks, abutments of the bridge and the culver. Than, I covered the sharp egdes of the styofoam by the fine sand (circa 0.3mm) to make them look more natural. I use PVA glue, because of its flexibility.

  • Here is a small project of narrow-gauge line with the bridge somewhere in Poland in 60-70ties. A small farm near the level crossing is the central point. This set, and many others,┬á will be available this week.