“I like to use cardboard or thin sheets of balsa wood to make my buildings with. I cut out the windows so they can light up, using a small 12 volt lights. For the windows I like to use transparent overhead film, ( you can get at Office Max). Then I paint the film with a crafters (Glow-in-the-Dark) paint to give it a yellowish tent. This also allows the windows to glow after turning the lights out. You can get this paint at Walmart or most hobby stores. After the paint dries I cut the film to size and when I paint the inside of my building I will apply the window film while the paint is still wet.
I hope this adds to some fun to some of the readers.
Thanks for all your help,
“Hi Al ..Just put this Xmas video together ..bit of fun and also showing a few of my Loco`s at work ..along with Santa paying a visit to Dave`s Model railway ..all the very Best to all your Members ..and a Happy New Year to All ….
Looking Forward to What The New Year will bring Regards Dave …and all the very best for Xmas and the New Year to you and your Family
Latest ebay cheat sheet is here (lots of stuff on there at the mo).
A huge thanks to Dave – his videos are always fun to watch. Hope you enjoyed it as much as I did.
And now back to the countdown for the most popular posts this year. Here’s number 9. And believe it or not, this one was published in 2012 too.
That’s all this time folks. Please do keep ’em coming.
Don’t forget the Beginner’s Guide if you want to take the plunge with your layout in 2017.