Inglenook Sidings

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Stese
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Re: Inglenook Sidings

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Ahh... wasn't aware sorry... theres also a load of O gauge and other other scales on there.

Actually doesn't matter on the size as any file can be scaled very simply, so go for something that looks right, and we can sort it from there.

The only issue is if the model is too large for my build plate... but there are a few ways to deal with that.
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Re: Inglenook Sidings

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Small update on the layout
Static grass application is finished
Waiting on receiving some resin for the river
And ordered some farm animals etc to add something for the eye to seee
Ordered some seafoam as well to be able to make decently realistic trees
I’ll keep you updated on that
For now here’s a short run of the layout

https://vimeo.com/562013129
A little dingy , but I’ll get there :lol:
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Re: Inglenook Sidings

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Very nice, looking good.
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Re: Inglenook Sidings

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By the way
Price reduction of terrier
Selling it for 170 plus postage (no tax will need to be payed )
A little dingy , but I’ll get there :lol:
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