“Hi Al, Bob from New York here.
I have not posted anything in a while but I have been busy working on my layout so I thought a update was appropriate. Winter in the Northeast does allow for a lot of indoor activities. I have been enjoying all of the posts and have incorporated some of our fellow modelers’ tips and tricks.
I model O gauge on a small board (4X8), which is a challenge but I am making it work. I have done some printed scenery as well as some scratch built work. The cliff was carved from 2″ blue foam boards, glued together and cut to shape. Here are a few photos of my latest progress.
“I worked on my layout for a year and was almost done with this project, but had to move and lost my room for the train. My layout and trains are now in storage.
I know what Stephen means – I think more than half the battle is getting a space of your own, so you can get going.
And now on to John – who has reminded me about this print out scenery (he’s making some houses at the mo).
So I thought it worth revisiting this.
He made a little scene and ‘how to’ video for these prints (which are now in the store).
It’s made up of 4 roads, 4 pavements and 4 tarmac tracks – giving you a limitless combination for your layout. In fact, it’s only limited by your imagination.
John kindly put the below together just to give you an idea of what you can come up with. Here it is:
Just like every building in the store, it’s all made from print outs. Here’s his video. Hope it makes you smile as much as I did.
The prints for the roads and pavements that John was using are in the store already – but I thought I’d run the special offer again.
Until Sunday night, I’m bundling this fantastic green house with the roads and pavements, for free:
So if you’d like this fantastic house, as well as the roads and pavements, all for just $9.97 please click here to buy, or the button below.
(The house sells for $9.97 on its own, so it’s a great saving).
But remember – only until Sunday night.
I hope you enjoyed John’s delivery as much as I did, he always manages to make me chuckle. He also does a great job with all the scenery – sometimes it’s hard to believe everythign in the store is made from print out scenery (you just download it, print it out and stick it together).
That’s all this time folks.
Please do keep ’em coming. And if it’s made you want to get off the armchair and start on your layout, the Beginner’s Guide is here.