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Train diorama

June 20 2012 at 7:47 AM
Richard Dewulf  (Login rdew)
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I've started my ww2 train diorama.
I made a base out of four ellements, they are the same size so I can add a few if I want to.
Right now it is 55 cm wide and 220 cm long
parralel to the railway track there will be a ditch.

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This is a flatbed I already made. It looks damaged, but a lot of techniques that usually do work didn't work this time:
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eventually there will be a BR 52 with a few flatbed's and gondola's.
I also will add a Teudloff coalcrane. I designed it in 3D and ordered it at shapeways to print it in 3D

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today I put the first layer of plaster in the first section of the base and I'm testing what the right color of the track will be.

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This message has been edited by rdew from IP address on Jun 20, 2012 7:49 AM

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  1. Looks inspiring so far ! - Andrew Tomlinson on Jun 22, 2012, 2:15 PM
    1. Re: Looks inspiring so far ! - Richard Dewulf on Jun 23, 2012, 12:18 PM

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