Kaustav has been back in touch with another excellent ‘how-to’.
I do love how he does his detailing – looks fantastic.
Hope you and your family are doing well. All your updates are now extremely useful for everyone who subscribe to your blog. It definitely helps me maintain my sanity in this crazy time for sure!
Sorry, I couldn’t email in last few months – it was a wild start to the decade as I am sure it is for many people. I am glad to see that the blog is up and running and the hiccup at the end of last year is a thing of history for your website.
I kept myself busy doing little projects rather than big ones, for various factors, one of which is that I am trying to figure out how to build authentic models /dioramas /layouts of Indian Railways. Here is my first attempt – a little 22 X 15 inch diorama for a friend who designs custom locos and rolling stock that can be 3D printed.
Most of the things are scratchbuilt, and I intend to share how I achieved some great results with very easy techniques. Here is the first of the video series – making the unique road and railways signs.
Will send more photos and videos soon.
Take care and stay safe everyone.
A huge thank you to Kaustav – I do love his stuff. Who can forget his barge weathering ‘how to’?
In other news, I think I’ve had 3 buildings submitted now for the scratch building competition. I’ll put a page together this week showing them and any others that come in.
If any of you think the cut off date – 16th April – for the competition is too soon, please do comment below.
That’s all for this time.
Please do keep ’em coming.
And stay safe. Stay sane. Keep busy. The Beginner’s Guide is here.