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Old 12-09-2012, 11:38 PM
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I finished recently a small dio for use as a background for my tiny
N scale freight cars. I have these only for static display, I 'm not
interested in building a train layout. The back of the dio with the
rock etc is not glued on for easy storage.
Take care.
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Some photos during the construction and then the finished piece.












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Old 12-10-2012, 08:25 AM
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Your freight cars are amazing Kostas!

Weathering is just perfect. I have an N-scale Loco and some rolling stock myself. Never wanted to set up anything static either---I take it out once or twice a year just to marvel at the detail for its' size, run it around the track on my kitchen table and then put it away.

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Beautiful work all around! The layering of color and surface detail on the rock wall is gorgeous and that freight car looks like a photograph that was Photoshoped in.
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Beautiful work, all the more amazing given the size of the piece. Do you have in-progress
photographs?
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N scale? Well done sire, well done.
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Default Re: N scale Diorama for photography...

Thanks everyone for your kind words. Sorry, no in progress photos, cause when I 'm into it most of the times I keep goin' and goin' facing trial and errors. I will be more than happy to answer any questions.
Some photos from the car itself. My first rusty boxcar, but I believe I did my homework....
I intended to use it in a post-apocalyptic diorama, under the radioactive and acid rain, and dusty winds for 30+ years. Maybe later.

Before.....

A lot of rusting but something is missing.....





...and the finished car.....





Take care and thanks for your time.
Kostas - Greece.

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