Just at the moment life seems to be getting in the way of modelling, and there is even less time for blogging, but I am slowly getting a bit done on the layout. The peninsula that you first see when visitors walk into the shed is slowly growing some vegetation I haven't been 100% happy with the blending of the shrubs and grass. I have been trialing better ways to do long grass and when I'm happy I will cover the rest of the hill.
The front gate of the farm has been installed, and the garden around the house is slowly filling in. I need to make a mailbox and farm sign to finish the scene.
Hopefully the next update will be more timely than this one!
Hi Murray, welcome to 2018. Nice scene with the bridge. Is the palm tree commercial? and if so who makes them in O scale?ReplyDelete
the palm tree came from www.modellers-warehouse.com.au/
Great to see that you are still working on the layout! It is an impressing project.ReplyDelete
Thanks Hauk, sometimes I think it is too big a project!Delete
Is the front gate a furphy model looks good. (narimga)Malcolm AldridgeReplyDelete
Malcolm, the gate is a model of a gate made by Sunshine. The company is famous for its harvesters, but they made all sorts of things for farms like seeders and cast iron gates.Delete