Retaining wall was needed on mine module where narrow gauge line is descending towards the mine itself. Between wooden one and carved stone one we decided on former. It turned out to be a nice, relaxed 2 evening project. Continue reading “Retaining wall on mine module”
All the parts where primed using Vallejo light grey primer and after that sprayed with Vallejo (Air color) white. Continue reading “Minalittas Garage – Part 3”
Walls are cut from Evergreen styrene (No. 4062, 0,060” spacing novelty siding). I used sharp hobby knife and score-and-snap technique.
Minalittas Road module has been missing another building: garage that goes behind gas station.
It is supposed to be small garage with office attached.
I looked at what is available as kits and found nothing that fits immediately. Since this is small and simple building it seemed as perfect candidate for scratch building.
As I continued with gas station I began with pump island assembly and trim details on building itself.
Everything was primed using rattle can grey primer (outdoor).
After primer dried I used Vallejo putty to cover up all the seams. Continue reading “Gas Station – Part 3”
After some brake in publishing progress I decided do some catch up.
Next step was putting together “half” sides and putting on the roof. Seems that are left will be fixed using putty. Continue reading “Gas Station – Part 2”
One of the objects needed to complete first module is a small gas station with repair shop.
Gas station is Woodland Scenics Kit (D223). It is a soft metal kit with decent details and not the worst of metal kits fitting. Continue reading “Gas Station – Part 1”