John sent these – can’t wait to his layout!
Here are some photos of the town I’m putting together from the ‘print out’ scenery. I’ll send you some more pictures when I’ve added them to my layout.
I think they look great – but of course, I’m biased, because they were all made from the ‘print out’ scenery here.
Nice one John!
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Just remarkable from Print Out Scenery. Where do you get it? Like the way sections are mounted on pieces of plywood and then assembled into a street. Just great modeling, thanks for sharing. Richard Palm Coast, Florida
John has made a good job of the cut out `s , pity there are not many uk style , should sell well Al.
Very impressive work. Everything looks fantastic. Does “print out scenery” work for all scales? I’m interested in O scale. Thanks for sharing.
WOW, and I mean that with the utmost sincerity.
pardon me for repeating myself but …WOW
Gopher Ridge, FL
They are great, and they are a very intelligent solution, in all scales. Maybe it would be nice to have more options of constructions to print.
Now that is well done…Congratulations. Looks Great!!!
simply … Awesome!
Thank you both (Al: John) for sharing.
I must say it looks really nice, i am Impressed.
Can I ask, how did you make 2D print out so 3D like a styrene kit. Did you use thIn blue foam to create some form of relief on the building?
that is a great job i like it
I love the buildings and the details in the scenery. Nice work. I strive for such craftsmanship in my own layout.
I do have one suggestion for added realism: At the corners I would not expect to see the grass growing perfectly as though all the pedestrians stepped carefully over the grass from the sidewalk to the curb as they crossed the street. I know this sounds “picky” and I don’t me it to distract from the wonderful work you have done (far better than mine). I only would suggest it for added realism.
Keep submitting. I love seeing what you do.
WHERE DO YOU GET THESE SCENERY TO MAKE THESE HOUSE AND ECT.? CAN’T WAIT TO SEEN THE FINISHED PRODUCT. GOOD WORK.
Wow, that looks great. What are the picket fences and sidewalks made from?
John: Not only a great job on the buildings, but your landscaping skills are extra nice…I’ll copy your set-ups for my idea binder…my lay-out isn’t to that stage yet.
The photo’s look very good, i may have missed it at some point, what is the scale.? Regards. Rob
I’m a Kitchen Designer and details are very important to me. Plus the fact I’m a Detail Freek. I had a layout as a child. I don’t have one now but looking forward to starting on one in my retirement in September. I hope I can get such detail. We can all learn a lot from you
Thanks for sharing the pictures
Perhaps you have all ready. Can you share with us where you got your trees or how did you make them.
They look great, I am realy impressed, I will be buying the whole set you have up to date. What would do you charge for the whole set!.
EVERYTHING LOOKS REAL GOOD. KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK.
Very inspiring, I will have to stop messing about reworking locos and do some landscaping, if it looks half as good as this I will be well pleased..
Hadn’t had chance to look at this before,very impressed with detail and setup
Nice looking models!
What scale buildings ar available? ? O-scale?
Great job John, loved the church yard. The whole scene has great detail,what scale?
Nice work John. Not only is the detail spot on with realism but the craftmanship is aces. I was a builder for close to 40 years until a back surgery forced my retirement into the world of social security/disability. i am one of those lucky ones who made a good deal of money doing what I loved. For the last 1 plus years I’ve been taking my love of building to the miniture level of ho trains with a sizable 15 x 15 layout. It surely has helped me get over the “i miss work blues.” May I ask what you used for sidewalks, curbs and the base beneath the structures? Thanks
Wow nice job !!
They look great. Very realistic.
were can I purchase these
can I buy pagage deals of different buildings
Very nice, excellent detail, and easy to make with minimal craft tools and work space. Is there any chance that there will be any British profile offerings in OO gauge. That is the gauge I am working in, with the setting being the Midlands/west coast (LMS) just prior to nationalization.
Great workmanship. I too use some print out for buildings and always use thin balsa wood as a backing for the buildings. Easy to work with, glues easily, and holds up. Recently did a HO scale western town with hptel, livery stable, and saloon. Was able to make working doors, sodewalks and roof from printed material on the wood. Balsa makes excellend “siding” panels as it can be easily etched to similate the lap siding found on many homes. Also paints easily.
Amazing work. The attention to detail and the deliberate imperfections make your work the envy of most of us and a template to follow. Well done.
I am really impressed with how the print-outs really worked. Did you use balsa wood or very thin laminate for the structures. Maybe I missed some of the articles on the print-outs. This probably cost you a couple ink cartridges. John, I like the added detail of the skylight. And, the uneven road joint making a terrific blacktop patch. And, the broken curb that cities let stay there. But, the church is magnificent. Would be nice to add the three crosses to the scenery. And, that’s a huge coffee cup. 🙂
Congratulations to John for doing such a fine job with the houses. They would look great on an American or Australian layout. Like a few others I would like to see some English houses. Terraces and semis from the 40’s 50’s and 60’s would be great. I’ve been in Australia 40 years but still build LNER layouts.
Thanks in advance,
Hi Guys. The paper houses are great. I treid to purchase the from the web site, but I live in South Africa and the site does not accept any of my credit cards. Is there another way of getting these. Roger.
It looks great and as from April I will be building my layout in my new shed, but like everyone else that has asked are what scale are these? and can they be O scale??
great ideas keep them coming
Nice house’s look’s like old home’s on the upper East side of Milwaukee Wisconsin back in the 1940’s to about 1960’s. John from Milwaukee Wisconsin
fantastic work! I especially like the dirt/ally between the homes very realistic!Great weathering! I’d also like to thank Al for this site it is a help and inspiration for all! Geo in Tx.
Excellent job!!!!!!!…….You should be a Hollywood set decorator, well done……
Love the age period you chose…..
Where Can you buy the roads and sidewalks??
Excellent work Gentlemen cannot wait to use on my layout thanks for the idea’s.
My observation in several cities from New Mexico, Florida,Maryland, Pennsylvania,Delaware, and Connecticut I’ve never seen grass follow the curb line.The sidewalk has always continued to the curb.