Hey guys - - thanks for having a look -
Mike - who would have guessed - the lighting even needs to be designed....sort of fun and sort of not. I don't know enough about it to make it "controllable", so, like other things is a bit hit and miss. Again, it is sort of fun.....
Dave and Dave - thanks to both of you! glad the modified MATV is getting better - the weathering does give it a different look, who knows, maybe even tougher?....we'll see once it get placed in context, with still more figures....the good news here is that after my last few, and this build, I'm no longer going out of my way to build and paint them, and dare i say, i might be settling on a technique i like...
Hi Jerry and Kurt - well guys, thanks for checking in a checking the project out (haha - had to say it) yes, its getting there - but still a while to go...lots to do in fact.
OK - enough with the MATV fun and games....now, back to more buildings....
Please have a look:
Yes, another method for making buildings - I no longer feel compelled to use the slowest and most tedious methods!
And for distraction, more fooling around with lights:
and back to buildings, with primer now...
and with some paint and weather:
Yeah....even with fairly modest (cheap!) materials it seems to look OK -
Next up - a structure and a bridge:
Yeah, looking a bit weird eh???
Not to worry though...seems to look OK to me! this building will
go in next to the bar - and yes, the bridge across the street to the building with the red marquee -
OK - enough for today! I'm getting some lunch -
thanks for having a look