Bill’s been in touch again.
He’s been busy as you can see:
“The time has come to finally lay down some plaster cloth.the cliffs of gerskiville are taking shape.
You can see Bill’s first post here – looks like he’s having a lot of fun to me.
I have no idea why, but wheneever I see pics of mountains or rock faces in the making now, for some reason I always think of Jim’s first post.
That’s all for today folks. A big thanks to Bill.
Please do keep ’em coming.
And don’t forget the Beginner’s Guide if you want to make that first step from daydream to your dream layout.
Latest ebay cheat sheet is here. Some cracking deals about at the mo.
NICE work on that cliff as well as the way the whole layout is “tracked” for the tunnel as well as that trestle too. thats gonna look GREAT!!!!! ~Hemi
Looks great. Is that *just* Plaster Cloth, or is there a layer of modeling/carving plaster added???
Love the progress pix. Cant wait to get started on mine. I think by January I oughta have the wall taken out and get the benchwork into place. Then the fun begins
Great effort on the cliff face. I can see it will be an iconic feature to your model railroad. Rob
I find it’s better to lay the tracks before the scenery and get all the links out. I hope it works out ok for you.
Great Job!!! Wish I had the talent
Its starting to look really good. The trestle bridge unbelievable. thanks for sharing.
How many thousands of dollars do you have tied up in your layout?
Bill, The trestle bridge and mountains look great! I’m sure everyone would love to see another update when you add ground cover, trees, etc. Very nice work!
Awesome work….. love the tunnel and trestle…..
Richard from Oklahoma
Although there’s no tracks leading up to that trestle come hell or high water your putting a trestle in to cross that gorge ! Looks good too.
Great way to show an elevation change and justify the trestle bridge at the same time.
Bill great looking bridge, nice looking mountains can’t wait for your creek or river, I’m sure it’s going to look great!