John’s very kindly been busy again with the latest print out scenery range.
Course, I’m biased, but it’s stunning stuff – and I think John proves that when you see the viaduct. It turned out really well.
Don’t just take my word for it, though, have a look:
I know John moves them about quite a bit, so here are some stills (pics are clickable):
It’s hard to believe they are made from print outs, and they’ve just been stuck together – but that’s exactly what they are:
But best of all, all the new scenery is launched at a silly price.
The viaduct and the wooden tunnel are already on the store for $9.97 each – but guess what?
Right now, you can grab both – that’s the viaduct and the wooden tunnel, for just $9.98. So that’s that’s less than $5 bucks each.
Just so we’re all clear, this is only for a day or so though, then they’ll just be available in the store.
They are made at HO scale – just reduce the print by 50% for N scale. If you want to print for O scale they enlarge really well – but you need a printer that can handle the larger sizes.
To grab your viaduct and wooden tunnel, click here, or justclick on the link below.
Please do send me pics of your models – and please leave a comment below, I’d love to know your thoughts on them.
That’s all this time folks.
Please do keep ’em coming.
Man i dunno what to say he all ways leaves me in awe the way he presents the print outs is just amazing i love them clips they are so entertaining
thank you so much for sharing
Super little backdrop buildings, and that’s a very good point about hitting the ground running, when I was building Diano Marina I thought I was making tremendous progress with the carpentry, track, electrics, ballasting, etc and was saying to myself “nearly finished now, just the scenery to do” only to find it has taken at least half the total build time!
I think that if they should make prints of engines he could make them run. fantastic work.
Look very nice….Mike
John never ceases to amaze me. He has more talent in his little-finger-nail than I have in my entire body! His presentations are so rewarding, inspirational and humorous, that I make a point to watch every presentation he unveils at least twice.
These look amazing. What kind of stock does he print to??
John is very creative to say the least. I truly enjoy the excitement he shows in his delivery and explanation of things he’s done. Good job John.
John’s ideos are not only informative but also very entertaining! I wonder if was ever a salesman? I think he could sell me a 3 humped camel – such enthusiasm!
Are these 0 scale?
Many thanks to John once again for a fun and inspiring video. Cheers! NJ Mark
Great article. Would like to know how he cements the Printer paper onto the card stock. Surely he does not have a printer that uses card stock ?
John’s videos are always informative and entertaining. If Dr Who ever built a model railroad in his tardis, it would be John.
John that switch you turn on for inspiration is wild I need one.
Ï love John’s imagination and his enthusiatic presentations. I too, would like to know the type of card stock he uses and how it is glued on. I have tried cereal boxes, but they are not firm enough.
Thanks for all the info that you have been giving us. I am very impress with it all and you help given me ideas on some of my train layout. Thank you again, keep it up.
John, you are such a hoot! I always enjoy your videos with your creativity and enthusiasm. Brings a smile to my face which is what this hobby is all about.
They are fantastic projects and pictures to create them, but what is he on Speed?
woww ol’ John is REALLY good at this ‘scratch building’ shizzz
I am grabbing some of those downloads myself….
keep em runnin fellas
stjohn in long beach calif
John continues to amaze me with his style, imagination and and humor. Thanks for continuing to present these talented people and their contributions to this hobby. I’m still working on my first layout and learning hard lessons along the way.
Herb in NC
great, great, john you needto get excited about your work…..
The scenery John has created from the printouts is amazing but I wish the video showed the “how to” rather than the “finished product”.
Those of us who are beginning modelers and have never done scenery from printouts need to understand the steps to take you get from the printed sheet to the end product. I love the end result but if I don’t know how to or am unsure of how to construct it then I’m unlikely to purchase the product.
What is the height of the viaduct in HO scale?
Shows you what imagination can do.
John, I need a bit of advice , I want to replicate the castle looking building of the old crystal Palace railway station, I’d include a pic but I have no way to attach 1 . Can you give your head a scratch and get back to me please?