Started by vinceg, September 10, 2018, 10:46:43 PM
Quote from: jbvb on September 23, 2018, 04:33:15 PMLooking in, I note the right angle between Monee and Peotone, and the track rather close to it. I don't know how that stands out to you, but it will complicate photos. You don't have a lot of room to wrap that corner, so I'm not sure how effective anything that would fit would be. Maybe a 'Bellina Drop' using a tunnel (if prototypical) or an overpass with a mirror sitting atop it?
Quote from: Vietnam Seabee on October 05, 2018, 10:39:31 AMVince...good timing on catching the backdrop letting go....oh my, hope the 4" 'drain' line above never springs a leak ;-))Terry
Quote from: mark dalrymple on September 24, 2018, 01:41:50 AMVery true, Vince.I think its also true with the kits/ scratch-builds we do. There is always more that can be done to a model - the trick is finding the balance between what makes us satisfied, what our bigger modelling goals are, and how much time we have available. For me the biggest way of achieving this is to not get too side tracked!Regards the use of mirrors - there was a great John Allen article many years ago in model railroader magazine called (I think) 'the art of using mirrors'. I'm sure you would find it very interesting and potentially very handy. Dec. '81 issue of MRR.Cheers, Mark.