it’s all painted!

This time, a little milestone! But first things first: wrapping up work on the rolling stock workshop for now. Things were mostly there already, so sticking random decals on things, then add dirt of various kinds. After adding a light to the hydraulic press I decided the whole thing was officially good enough for nowContinue reading “it’s all painted!”

Weekend update 4

Well, two more weeks of being locked up in here, bad news to everyone except modellers. Ok, mostly artitec projects, but also some belgian things in between! First quite some very necessary but not necessarily fun work, like attaching lights to the ceiling of the workshop protruding in the direction of the viewer, to eliminateContinue reading “Weekend update 4”

Weekend update 3

Yes, there has been more than 1 weekend since the last update. Well, one weekend renders more interesting results than the other, so in this case I decided that it would be better to wait a bit and show some more afterwards. Sooo… well, as is to be expected, work on the rolling stock workshopContinue reading “Weekend update 3”

weekend update 2

This weekend the rolling stock workshop was on the workbench again. (well, it had been all the time, I just built the ladle cars on the bits of workbench left over.) I was already slowly preparing the workshop for some paint for a while, this has to happen some time halfway the build as aContinue reading “weekend update 2”

weekend update 1

Apart from longer posts concentrating on a single subject, I’ll also try to do frequent bits and pieces about recent progress on the layout, usually after a weekend successfully avoiding life so the weekend could be entirely squandered on modelling. This time, more work on the overhead cranes in the rolling stock workshop. They’re nowContinue reading “weekend update 1”

Back to the present: the Ougrée rolling stock workshop.

After yesterday’s trip down memory lane it’s now time to write a bit about the project I’m currently working on: the Ougrée rolling stock workshop. It would have been nice to flex some knowledge here, like build dates etc, but sadly all I know is that it is already on a 1950 aerial view ofContinue reading “Back to the present: the Ougrée rolling stock workshop.”