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 Posted: Sun May 19th, 2019 05:06 pm
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All 36 cars are complete now. 
Started working on some simple loads as many empty flat cars looked kinda bare. 

Three weeks until OS Omaha. 
Have lotsa small projects to complete to be ready.


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Yard is full....

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Very impressive line up of rolling stock, Bob.

I like the pallets of sacks, where did you find them, or did you cobble them up yourself.

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Pallets are 3D printed. 

Sacks are 1/35 military model sand bags.





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Last weekend was the OS Omaha event and I hosted three 3 hour operating sessions. 

Had great group of modelers from throughout the midwest. 

Everything worked well and all seemed to have a good time.


Now that that is behind me.... I started a new building today. 

Do not have a particular location in mind yet but one can never have to many.


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Basic foam board structure will be covered with card stock lap siding. 

Foundation will be stone made from foam.


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I was wondering when we'd get another update.

That building front looks great.

I love the pink foam stone work.




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A little more progress. 

Painted the foundation with acrylic raw umber and then dry brushed with white and raw sienna.


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Wow, that stone foundation is very effective, nice paint job too.

Think I'll have to borrow that idea.

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Started making a handful of stumps today.  Added some modeling clay to lilac stem, sculpted a bit and set aside to dry.  I will paint with acrylic raw umber and dry brush with white before adding to the scenery.
Sometimes taking a break and building a simple model is refreshing.

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