How to make a scale model tarp from the cool little divider paper I ship with decals when you get 3 or more … fair warning the audio when I go to the table is a little louder than the first part so sorry about that.
MORE INFO TO COME …
Well I built the building (Downtown Deco Kit Addams Ave Part III) some time ago and decided to put it on a diorama and then it sat for a while and awhile longer … this fully lit with with color light change in the interior club, flashing sign on the Club Atomic. Static light on the Check Cafe and rest of the interior with window silhouettes and details.
All decals are Dave’s Decals and HO Newspapers
Highly detailed exterior and custom decals with lots of detail parts and populated with handpainted Preiser people. Footprint is 7.5″X8″ and 6.5″ tall. Lighting is all LED on 12vdc barring the one 12 vdc incandescent warm street light.
APPLYING CLEAR DECALS TO DARKER BRICK BUILDINGS (23:32 minutes)
As you may know I ship globally and I’ll do for US$3.00 or FREE if you buy over $30.00 or decals or detail parts – something this bites me in the butt but hey you’re worth it!
I was updating my shipping map and I have now shipped to all 50 states and if my count is right 41 countries … I’d like to thank you all and please tell your friends about Dave’s Decals – this is only some of the dots I still need to update some more.
I have two new sets out this week, Cooter’s Liquor which I made for a O Scale build article I’m writing that hopefully will appear in more of the train magazines (I’ll let you know) and the Whistle Stop Cafe which I also made for this build but opted not to use due to the size of the kit. Since this is a smaller kit in O Scale these should kit easily on a HO Scale kit too. Remember the GREEN GRID is 1/2″ so you can get a idea of the size of each image.
Well I made a set at about 1/2″ wide per image for 1:18, 1:24 1:25 scale model cars – since racing decals come in all sizes I figure there is a little wiggle room .. well a friend asked if I could make them in HO Scale at about 1/8″ and 1/16″ wide max – I said I don’t know I can try, so pushing the limits of the file sizes and ability of the printer. I pushed these to 9600 dpi which makes for a huge file to print something really small and this is what I got …
these sets are literally the size of a postage stamp, but I think the detail came out pretty good to be so freaking tiny.
The last of the build videos covering roof constructions, roof details, installing and detailing windows, lighting and detailing.
Did a series of videos building models, it was me first shot at it and frankly I thought they all pretty much sucked and I really need to redo them on another one later on … this one like all of them will be up for sale soon and in the shop. Have a look …
Here is a short video of the lights …