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Title: Monster Modelworks Yard Tower - Second annual Raymo Challenge 2018
Post by: S&S RR on December 30, 2017, 08:13:12 PM
My challenge build for 2018 will be the Monster Modelworks Brick Yard Tower.  I plan on starting with the base kit, but will be adding interior detail among other, yet to be determined, modifications.  I want to thank Dan - RAYMO - for getting this challenge started - our second annual. This build will find a home on my Superior & Seattle Railroad.
Title: Re: Monster Modelworks Yard Tower - Second annual Raymo Challenge 2018
Post by: S&S RR on December 30, 2017, 08:17:35 PM
Here are a few pictures of the brick yard tower from the Monster Modelworks website.


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Title: Re: Monster Modelworks Yard Tower - Second annual Raymo Challenge 2018
Post by: S&S RR on December 30, 2017, 08:20:58 PM
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Title: Re: Monster Modelworks Yard Tower - Second annual Raymo Challenge 2018
Post by: S&S RR on December 30, 2017, 08:21:17 PM
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Title: Re: Monster Modelworks Yard Tower - Second annual Raymo Challenge 2018
Post by: S&S RR on December 30, 2017, 08:21:35 PM
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Title: Re: Monster Modelworks Yard Tower - Second annual Raymo Challenge 2018
Post by: S&S RR on December 30, 2017, 08:21:53 PM
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Title: Re: Monster Modelworks Yard Tower - Second annual Raymo Challenge 2018
Post by: S&S RR on December 30, 2017, 08:23:21 PM
Next step - find out where I stored the kit. ;) :-[   It's okay I have two days until the official start.
Title: Re: Monster Modelworks Yard Tower - Second annual Raymo Challenge 2018
Post by: Pol.lux on December 31, 2017, 05:23:28 AM
Nice choice John!  :o
Title: Re: Monster Modelworks Yard Tower - Second annual Raymo Challenge 2018
Post by: PRR Modeler on December 31, 2017, 10:03:23 AM
I'm looking forward to this. I have the kit already but building another of their small kits presently.  Will be following closely.
Title: Re: Monster Modelworks Yard Tower - Second annual Raymo Challenge 2018
Post by: ACL1504 on December 31, 2017, 11:22:23 AM
Oh boy, I'm really looking forward to seeing this one built.

Tom ;D
Title: Re: Monster Modelworks Yard Tower - Second annual Raymo Challenge 2018
Post by: S&S RR on December 31, 2017, 01:16:40 PM
Thank you, for all the words of encouragement - this should be a fun build.  An update: I found where I stored the kit and some of the interior details I plan on using.  I will be officially starting the kit next week as per our official start date. I need to clear off some bench space. ;)
Title: Re: Monster Modelworks Yard Tower - Second annual Raymo Challenge 2018
Post by: Donato on December 31, 2017, 06:01:46 PM
I'll be tagging along...
Title: Re: Monster Modelworks Yard Tower - Second annual Raymo Challenge 2018
Post by: MAP on January 01, 2018, 07:48:45 AM
I'll be following along John.  I always liked this kit and it'll be fun watching you build it.
Title: Re: Monster Modelworks Yard Tower - Second annual Raymo Challenge 2018
Post by: RWL on January 01, 2018, 09:15:14 AM
John,


I believe this will be a first on the forum, I don't remember anyone building one of Jimmy's kits before. He does do nice work burning wood, I like his detail pieces, lintels, sills, corners, and copings to change the appearance of a stock kit like a City Classics Brownstone. I have one of these kits also sitting on a shelf and that is probably where it will be for quite awhile.


Anyway, I will also be following your progress.


Bob
Title: Re: Monster Modelworks Yard Tower - Second annual Raymo Challenge 2018
Post by: S&S RR on January 01, 2018, 11:00:02 AM
Donato, Mark, and Bob


Thanks for following along.  Jimmy's laser work is going to play a major role in my future scratch building projects. I bought four of his kits this past year to get some practice with the techniques required to make wood look like stone. This will be my first build with his material. I also plan on using Jimmy's stone, brick, and concrete block material for foundations on many of my future builds.
Title: Re: Monster Modelworks Yard Tower - Second annual Raymo Challenge 2018
Post by: Dave K. on January 03, 2018, 09:11:56 AM
Built this last year for an area layout. Jimmyís work with the laser is masterful...Iíve built 7 or 8 of his kits. Theyíre a real visual break from the typical clapboard, and go together beautifully. I just ordered his little jailhouse earlier this morning. Following along...have fun and stay warm!
Title: Re: Monster Modelworks Yard Tower - Second annual Raymo Challenge 2018
Post by: Raymo on January 03, 2018, 09:17:13 AM
I have this in my stash, looking forward to seeing this built.
Title: Re: Monster Modelworks Yard Tower - Second annual Raymo Challenge 2018
Post by: S&S RR on January 03, 2018, 02:11:58 PM
Built this last year for an area layout. Jimmyís work with the laser is masterful...Iíve built 7 or 8 of his kits. Theyíre a real visual break from the typical clapboard, and go together beautifully. I just ordered his little jailhouse earlier this morning. Following along...have fun and stay warm!


Hi Dave


Soak up some sun for us - your going to need that warmth when you get home.  Thanks for following along and the report on Jimmy's kits.  I have had the pleasure of seeing some of his wood stone work built up at the Narrow Gauge Convention. It does look great when done right! I plan on using a lot of it in the coming years and will be using a few of his kits to get my technique perfected. Beside this kit, I bought the pump house, the Durango Roundhouse + extra stalls, and a store that he offered with a custom laser burned sign (I really liked that idea). There all in my build cue.
Title: Re: Monster Modelworks Yard Tower - Second annual Raymo Challenge 2018
Post by: S&S RR on January 03, 2018, 02:14:12 PM
I have this in my stash, looking forward to seeing this built.
Dan


Thanks for stopping by and following along. And thank you for getting the challenge going again this year.  I really like to have a smaller build in-between the big ones - it makes me feel like I'm moving faster. ;) ;D
Title: Re: Monster Modelworks Yard Tower - Second annual Raymo Challenge 2018
Post by: S&S RR on January 03, 2018, 02:16:34 PM
Today, Step 1: Get the parts out of the bag and take a picture before I get started.  I always, forget the what's in the box or bag in this case picture.



Title: Re: Monster Modelworks Yard Tower - Second annual Raymo Challenge 2018
Post by: S&S RR on January 03, 2018, 02:18:54 PM
Side Track:  I'm using Jimmy's brick for the floor in my Locomotive Shop (see my S&S RR build thread if you want to see how that goes) - it will be my first attempt with using this material. If I screw it up it's easier to replace than a piece of this kit.
Title: Re: Monster Modelworks Yard Tower - Second annual Raymo Challenge 2018
Post by: S&S RR on January 04, 2018, 08:30:21 PM
I made some progress today: I took the whats in the bag photograph.


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Title: Re: Monster Modelworks Yard Tower - Second annual Raymo Challenge 2018
Post by: rpdylan on January 05, 2018, 03:41:54 AM
I'm looking forward to following your build, I'm thinking of getting this kit but would like to see how it comes together and how the brick work is painted. 
Title: Re: Monster Modelworks Yard Tower - Second annual Raymo Challenge 2018
Post by: S&S RR on January 05, 2018, 09:00:25 AM
I'm looking forward to following your build, I'm thinking of getting this kit but would like to see how it comes together and how the brick work is painted.


Bob


Thanks for following along.  I hope I do a good job so Jimmy gets the sale.  I will be adding interior detail to the kit with the turnout and signal control levers, etc.
Title: Re: Monster Modelworks Yard Tower - Second annual Raymo Challenge 2018
Post by: vinceg on January 05, 2018, 09:07:44 AM
I'm looking forward to following your build, I'm thinking of getting this kit but would like to see how it comes together and how the brick work is painted.

Agreed - that brick work (sample model on web site) is about the best I have ever seen. If that can be reliably reproduced, I would like to use it a lot.

From the pics, it looks like some of the bricks are pre-discolored. Wonder if that was done with a "light burn" with the laser or what....

Will be interesting to see if/how that presents itself in the final finish.

Vince
Title: Re: Monster Modelworks Yard Tower - Second annual Raymo Challenge 2018
Post by: GPdemayo on January 05, 2018, 09:36:15 AM
Great looking tower.....I'll be looking in.  :)
Title: Re: Monster Modelworks Yard Tower - Second annual Raymo Challenge 2018
Post by: PRR Modeler on January 05, 2018, 04:48:06 PM
John, I'm working on the Monster Modelworks pumping station. If it's OK I will post a picture of one of the walls that has been painted following their instructions.
Title: Re: Monster Modelworks Yard Tower - Second annual Raymo Challenge 2018
Post by: S&S RR on January 11, 2018, 05:35:57 PM
I'm looking forward to following your build, I'm thinking of getting this kit but would like to see how it comes together and how the brick work is painted.

Agreed - that brick work (sample model on web site) is about the best I have ever seen. If that can be reliably reproduced, I would like to use it a lot.

From the pics, it looks like some of the bricks are pre-discolored. Wonder if that was done with a "light burn" with the laser or what....

Will be interesting to see if/how that presents itself in the final finish.

Vince


Vince


Yes - some of the bricks are darker and if you use a light color or thinned primer the dark color does show through. I'm still playing with the painting process. I did a test run on the brick floor of my Locomotive works (see S&S RR build thread).  Most of the articles I have read say the best results are with the sponge technique using acrylic paints. I'm still playing to perfect a technique before attempting to paint the walls that came with the kit. My one comment so far is that the technique works different on the wood than it does on plaster or resign castings where I have used it many times.
Title: Re: Monster Modelworks Yard Tower - Second annual Raymo Challenge 2018
Post by: S&S RR on January 11, 2018, 05:36:31 PM
Great looking tower.....I'll be looking in.  :)


Greg


Thanks for following along.
Title: Re: Monster Modelworks Yard Tower - Second annual Raymo Challenge 2018
Post by: S&S RR on January 11, 2018, 05:39:07 PM
John, I'm working on the Monster Modelworks pumping station. If it's OK I will post a picture of one of the walls that has been painted following their instructions.


Curt


Yes - please post your pictures.  I'm very interested to learn what other are doing to paint the wood/brick walls. Let's turn this thread into a learning tool.  We can all learn to paint this stuff together.  I know it looks great in the right hands. Karl O posted some pictures of walls he did that looked fantastic.  They seem to have disappeared from the forum????


Dave  - do you have any pictures to share of your builds.


Anyone else - please jump in.
Title: Re: Monster Modelworks Yard Tower - Second annual Raymo Challenge 2018
Post by: ACL1504 on January 11, 2018, 05:43:38 PM
John,

I'm just going to have to buy the MM Yard Tower.

The ACL had one very similar in Jacksonville about five miles north of the terminal.

Tom ;D
Title: Re: Monster Modelworks Yard Tower - Second annual Raymo Challenge 2018
Post by: PRR Modeler on January 11, 2018, 05:56:00 PM
John- Thank you. I finished their water pumping station today. I painted the walls following the directions. The morter wash was very thin and next time I think I will do a little less 91% RA.
Title: Re: Monster Modelworks Yard Tower - Second annual Raymo Challenge 2018
Post by: Dave K. on January 11, 2018, 05:58:52 PM
John, I'm working on the Monster Modelworks pumping station. If it's OK I will post a picture of one of the walls that has been painted following their instructions.


Curt


Yes - please post your pictures.  I'm very interested to learn what other are doing to paint the wood/brick walls. Let's turn this thread into a learning tool.  We can all learn to paint this stuff together.  I know it looks great in the right hands. Karl O posted some pictures of walls he did that looked fantastic.  They seem to have disappeared from the forum????


Dave  - do you have any pictures to share of your builds.


Anyone else - please jump in.

Iíll look and see what I have in the way of pix.
Title: Re: Monster Modelworks Yard Tower - Second annual Raymo Challenge 2018
Post by: S&S RR on January 11, 2018, 05:59:43 PM
John,

I'm just going to have to buy the MM Yard Tower.

The ACL had one very similar in Jacksonville about five miles north of the terminal.

Tom ;D


Tom


I think you should and join the thread.  Curt just posted some very nice brick walls he did on the pump house.
Title: Re: Monster Modelworks Yard Tower - Second annual Raymo Challenge 2018
Post by: ACL1504 on January 11, 2018, 06:01:47 PM
John- Thank you. I finished their water pumping station today. I painted the walls following the directions. The morter wash was very thin and next time I think I will do a little less 91% RA.


Curt,

Wow, those walls look fantastic. Great job my friend.

Tom ;D
Title: Re: Monster Modelworks Yard Tower - Second annual Raymo Challenge 2018
Post by: ACL1504 on January 11, 2018, 06:03:14 PM
John,

I'm just going to have to buy the MM Yard Tower.

The ACL had one very similar in Jacksonville about five miles north of the terminal.

Tom ;D




Tom


I think you should and join the thread.  Curt just posted some very nice brick walls he did on the pump house.


John,

Thanks for the offer. I have other kits in front of this one. But once I get the kit, I may feel differently.

Tom ;D
Title: Re: Monster Modelworks Yard Tower - Second annual Raymo Challenge 2018
Post by: S&S RR on January 11, 2018, 06:12:13 PM
John- Thank you. I finished their water pumping station today. I painted the walls following the directions. The morter wash was very thin and next time I think I will do a little less 91% RA.


Curt


This really looks good.  You did a great job.
Title: Re: Monster Modelworks Yard Tower - Second annual Raymo Challenge 2018
Post by: S&S RR on January 11, 2018, 06:12:59 PM
John, I'm working on the Monster Modelworks pumping station. If it's OK I will post a picture of one of the walls that has been painted following their instructions.


Curt


Yes - please post your pictures.  I'm very interested to learn what other are doing to paint the wood/brick walls. Let's turn this thread into a learning tool.  We can all learn to paint this stuff together.  I know it looks great in the right hands. Karl O posted some pictures of walls he did that looked fantastic.  They seem to have disappeared from the forum? ???


Dave  - do you have any pictures to share of your builds.


Anyone else - please jump in.

Iíll look and see what I have in the way of pix.


Dave


Sounds great!
Title: Re: Monster Modelworks Yard Tower - Second annual Raymo Challenge 2018
Post by: PRR Modeler on January 11, 2018, 06:54:33 PM
Thank you Tom and John.
Title: Re: Monster Modelworks Yard Tower - Second annual Raymo Challenge 2018
Post by: Dave K. on January 11, 2018, 07:44:14 PM
Remembered I had this bookmarked on my iPad...might be worth a look-see.



https://davidneat.wordpress.com/tag/scale-brickwork/ (https://davidneat.wordpress.com/tag/scale-brickwork/)


Title: Re: Monster Modelworks Yard Tower - Second annual Raymo Challenge 2018
Post by: MASIGMON on January 12, 2018, 09:19:52 AM
Over on the Railroad Line Forum Karl O brought back to life Tenement Row by Smallshaw (Mike Chambers page 2).  He showed how he painted & weathered the Monster Brick Sheets he used.  His work on Laser cut brick sheets from Monster has to be some of the best I have ever looked at. None of this can be done without the expert work of Jimmy over @ Monster.

Mike Sigmon 
Title: Re: Monster Modelworks Yard Tower - Second annual Raymo Challenge 2018
Post by: ACL1504 on January 12, 2018, 09:34:10 AM
Over on the Railroad Line Forum Karl O brought back to life Tenement Row by Smallshaw (Mike Chambers page 2).  He showed how he painted & weathered the Monster Brick Sheets he used.  His work on Laser cut brick sheets from Monster has to be some of the best I have ever looked at. None of this can be done without the expert work of Jimmy over @ Monster.

Mike Sigmon


Mike,

Will you post the link to K.O's thread here?

Tom ;D
Title: Re: Monster Modelworks Yard Tower - Second annual Raymo Challenge 2018
Post by: BandOGuy on January 12, 2018, 10:16:55 AM
John,
As the rawest of rookies here, I've been stewing about this comment for several days, BUT....
Back on page 1, look at the photo that shows the chimney head on. What is holding the chimney up? It is sitting on the roof, but it would need something inside to hold it up structurally.
I haven't built the kit, but I do think that any chimney is a column of bricks/blocks from the foundation all the way to the cap. I'd hate to see you detail the interior (which I'm looking forward to) and have the chimney crash through the roof into the detailing.
Just sayin'. I'll crawl back under my rock now.
Title: Re: Monster Modelworks Yard Tower - Second annual Raymo Challenge 2018
Post by: ACL1504 on January 12, 2018, 12:36:49 PM
John,
As the rawest of rookies here, I've been stewing about this comment for several days, BUT....
Back on page 1, look at the photo that shows the chimney head on. What is holding the chimney up? It is sitting on the roof, but it would need something inside to hold it up structurally.
I haven't built the kit, but I do think that any chimney is a column of bricks/blocks from the foundation all the way to the cap. I'd hate to see you detail the interior (which I'm looking forward to) and have the chimney crash through the roof into the detailing.
Just sayin'. I'll crawl back under my rock now.


Chip,

Great catch. The chimney should go on the back wall of near one of the back corners.

Just saying.

Tom ;D
Title: Re: Monster Modelworks Yard Tower - Second annual Raymo Challenge 2018
Post by: Raymo on January 12, 2018, 03:57:00 PM
Here's photos of the East Deerfield, Waltham, and what's left of the Johnsonville towers. You can see how the chimney's fit the buildings.
Title: Re: Monster Modelworks Yard Tower - Second annual Raymo Challenge 2018
Post by: S&S RR on January 12, 2018, 04:56:04 PM
Remembered I had this bookmarked on my iPad...might be worth a look-see.



https://davidneat.wordpress.com/tag/scale-brickwork/ (https://davidneat.wordpress.com/tag/scale-brickwork/)


David


Interesting article worth studying - thanks for sharing it.
Title: Re: Monster Modelworks Yard Tower - Second annual Raymo Challenge 2018
Post by: S&S RR on January 12, 2018, 04:58:20 PM
Over on the Railroad Line Forum Karl O brought back to life Tenement Row by Smallshaw (Mike Chambers page 2).  He showed how he painted & weathered the Monster Brick Sheets he used.  His work on Laser cut brick sheets from Monster has to be some of the best I have ever looked at. None of this can be done without the expert work of Jimmy over @ Monster.

Mike Sigmon


Mike


Thanks for the lead.  I remember seeing Carl's original posts on this build. He sure did a great job with the brick. Thanks for letting us know where to find it.
Title: Re: Monster Modelworks Yard Tower - Second annual Raymo Challenge 2018
Post by: S&S RR on January 12, 2018, 05:05:33 PM
John,
As the rawest of rookies here, I've been stewing about this comment for several days, BUT....
Back on page 1, look at the photo that shows the chimney head on. What is holding the chimney up? It is sitting on the roof, but it would need something inside to hold it up structurally.
I haven't built the kit, but I do think that any chimney is a column of bricks/blocks from the foundation all the way to the cap. I'd hate to see you detail the interior (which I'm looking forward to) and have the chimney crash through the roof into the detailing.
Just sayin'. I'll crawl back under my rock now.


Thanks for sharing your comments - you are absolutely correct. I have some extra brick columns in my stash that will work to show the chimney extending down through the building for my interior detail. I hadn't got that far but sure would not have wanted to miss it. I hope we continue to hear from you. ;)
Title: Re: Monster Modelworks Yard Tower - Second annual Raymo Challenge 2018
Post by: S&S RR on January 12, 2018, 05:10:08 PM
Over on the Railroad Line Forum Karl O brought back to life Tenement Row by Smallshaw (Mike Chambers page 2).  He showed how he painted & weathered the Monster Brick Sheets he used.  His work on Laser cut brick sheets from Monster has to be some of the best I have ever looked at. None of this can be done without the expert work of Jimmy over @ Monster.

Mike Sigmon


Mike,

Will you post the link to K.O's thread here?

Tom ;D


Tom


I will update as soon as I can find the thread and reread it.  I don't remember how to instructions - only pictures. It has been a few years since Karl O's original article and I do have trouble remembering where I put my glasses.
Title: Re: Monster Modelworks Yard Tower - Second annual Raymo Challenge 2018
Post by: S&S RR on January 12, 2018, 05:11:13 PM
Here's photos of the East Deerfield, Waltham, and what's left of the Johnsonville towers. You can see how the chimney's fit the buildings.


Dan


Great prototype photographs - thanks for sharing them.
Title: Re: Monster Modelworks Yard Tower - Second annual Raymo Challenge 2018
Post by: MASIGMON on January 12, 2018, 06:22:58 PM
http://www.railroad-line.com/forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=39572

Tom,
Here is the requested link on Karl O Brick Work.

Mike Sigmon
Title: Re: Monster Modelworks Yard Tower - Second annual Raymo Challenge 2018
Post by: ACL1504 on January 12, 2018, 07:34:06 PM
http://www.railroad-line.com/forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=39572 (http://www.railroad-line.com/forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=39572)

Tom,
Here is the requested link on Karl O Brick Work.

Mike Sigmon


Mike,

Thank you very much, I've got it bookmarked now.

Tom ;D
Title: Re: Monster Modelworks Yard Tower - Second annual Raymo Challenge 2018
Post by: S&S RR on January 18, 2018, 11:01:48 PM
Today, I finally cleared enough bench space to open up the bags and get started on this build.


(http://modelersforum.com/gallery/18-180118222856.jpeg)
Title: Re: Monster Modelworks Yard Tower - Second annual Raymo Challenge 2018
Post by: S&S RR on January 18, 2018, 11:02:42 PM
I also started gathering up some of the detail parts for the interior. You can see the levers on the far right side of this picture.
Title: Re: Monster Modelworks Yard Tower - Second annual Raymo Challenge 2018
Post by: S&S RR on January 18, 2018, 11:03:46 PM
Jimmy supplies a materials list on the second page of the instructions.


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Title: Re: Monster Modelworks Yard Tower - Second annual Raymo Challenge 2018
Post by: S&S RR on January 18, 2018, 11:06:33 PM
One of the first things I noticed was that Jimmy supplied nice thick glass (clear plastic) for the windows.  They mic at .0625 and are all laser cut to size. Great feature Jimmy.


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Title: Re: Monster Modelworks Yard Tower - Second annual Raymo Challenge 2018
Post by: S&S RR on January 18, 2018, 11:09:02 PM
Page three of the instruction - Jimmy recommends assembling before painting.  This is something I have started doing on my last few builds and I really like it. Less touch-up painting. The only time I will paint first is if I have a large sign being applied to the wall.


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Title: Re: Monster Modelworks Yard Tower - Second annual Raymo Challenge 2018
Post by: S&S RR on January 18, 2018, 11:11:15 PM
I hope Jimmy doesn't have any problems with me posting a picture of the instruction pages. ??? I take pictures of the pages and read them on my iPad while I'm traveling. I can also mark them up using the electronic pencil for the iPad and printout my notes or view them on the iPad as I build. One of my tasks for tomorrow is to photograph the instructions for the FSM Fox Run kit which is my next build. 
Title: Re: Monster Modelworks Yard Tower - Second annual Raymo Challenge 2018
Post by: Dave K. on January 19, 2018, 06:25:50 AM
I really like his instructions...the photos are great! 👍🏻
Title: Re: Monster Modelworks Yard Tower - Second annual Raymo Challenge 2018
Post by: PRR Modeler on January 19, 2018, 09:40:00 AM
I can't wait to get started on mine. On their last kit of theirs I decided to brace the interior and paint it before assembly of the walls.

I know you will do a beautiful job on this kit. I look forward to your progress John.
Title: Re: Monster Modelworks Yard Tower - Second annual Raymo Challenge 2018
Post by: S&S RR on January 19, 2018, 11:09:23 AM
I really like his instructions...the photos are great! 👍🏻


Jimmy does a good job with his instructions. Lots of pictures! Just enough words.
Title: Re: Monster Modelworks Yard Tower - Second annual Raymo Challenge 2018
Post by: S&S RR on January 19, 2018, 11:10:43 AM
I can't wait to get started on mine. On their last kit of theirs I decided to brace the interior and paint it before assembly of the walls.

I know you will do a beautiful job on this kit. I look forward to your progress John.


Curt


Thanks for the kind words - the pressure is on.  I hope your right - we will see.
Title: Re: Monster Modelworks Yard Tower - Second annual Raymo Challenge 2018
Post by: S&S RR on January 19, 2018, 11:19:15 AM
I just got an email from Jimmy.  My extra brick walls are on the way.  I need them for my Locomotive Works build and to do some practice painting. 
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