Ken’s railroad back drops

Just a quickie today. It’s a blast from the past too.

I thought it topical because of all the emails and posts on my boy’s print out engine shed.

It’s remarkable how different the print out scenery looks when each side is made of three or four sheets of paper. It’s adds so much depth (Look at Dave’s post here to see what I mean).

But do you know what? It rang a bell. I’m sure there is a post on this technique, somewhere, in the years of archives.

And I was right! I did a quick search, and found it.

I doubt whether many will remember it, because it’s from years ago. But you won’t find a better way to add depth to a back drop, scenery or layout.

Have a look it’s here.

But before you do – remember today is the last day to bag this deal for my boy’s engine shed scenery. Price doubles tomorrow, but you can grab it here now.

Best

Al

PS Ebay cheat sheet going bonkers at the moment. Have you had a look? Some silly deals about.

3 responses to “Ken’s railroad back drops”

  1. Daniel Marso says:

    Great, tiring to get back in action , just out of hospital. Thanks.

  2. Don Price says:

    WOULD LIKE TO TRY THIS. SAW THIS AT MODEL RAIL ROAD SHOP.

  3. Chris says:

    That is fantastic! I too want city and maybe farm backdrops I can print on 11×17.

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