Bill’s been in touch again. He’s been a busy man. (His last post is here.)
Continued kudos for your site and all the moderates who share their work. I’ve gotten many ideas from the work shown on your site!
I’m actually getting close to completing basic scenery on my 4X8 Layout. Won’t be long before I start the next section. Recently I’ve been completing ground cover and starting add in more of the details. I still have lots of work to do on buildings but I’m making progress.
The past few weekends I’ve gotten large areas completed with trees as well. I was thinking of putting in a small hill near the roundhouse but the more I thought about it the more I leaned to actually put in a depression to give some topographic relief. Everything else was flat on this section that a hill would look out of place but not a depression. As always I’m having fun 😀
The first step is always the hardest but once you start you’ll have a Layout going in no time.
Thanks Bill in Virginia”
Next on to Jacob, who has been in touch again:
“Hello again from Kentucky! Al, thanks again for posting my earlier email detailing my layout and story.
First of all, just wanted to say thank you to all the great comments from my first post of my layout work and background story posted a few weeks ago…everyone was so kind!
As promised, here are a few videos taken from my layout featuring some of my older DC locomotives including my childhood Chattanooga Choo Choo by TYCO and also my newest addition – a GP60M BNSF DCC locomotive with Tsunami Sound Decoder.
Enjoy the video!
And Al, if you don’t mind, could you please include a link from my first post as I answered some of the questions in the comments section but not sure everyone got a chance to see my responses!
Happy Model Railroading!
A huge thanks to Jacob and Bill. Can’t wait to see Bill’s next installment!
That’s all this time folks, please do keep ’em coming.
And if today is the day you stop dreaming, and start doing, the Beginner’s Guide is here.