Realistic Water & Water Effects – Model Scenery | Woodland Scenics

Learn more at Modeling realistic water – Watch Matt and Trevor as they show you how to model realistic water features on your layout. Items Mentioned In This Video Water Undercoat, Realistic Water, Water Effects, Talus, Woodland Classics, and Earth Colors Liquid Pigments. Other Items Used: ReadyGrass, Field Grass, Bushes, Lichen, Dead Fall, and Fine Turf.
Video Rating: 4 / 5

O scale, MTH and Lionel Train Layout, using Woodland Scenics

Hello! Welcome to my video of my Christmas Trains set up for 2010. I started in October of 2010 and was finished by early December. This isn’t a permanent layout as it was built, after all, in my living room. All the engines are MTH running on DCS, powered by one half of a Z4000 transformer. The subway is running conventionally on the other half of the transformer. All of the rocks were cast from Woodland Scenics molds using Hydrocal and colored with watered down WS Acrylic paints. I made this video so my relatives could see just how nuts I am. Hi Glen, Congrats on getting married. One tip though, you better keep your trains in the basement if you want to keep your Hi Mom, I hope you’re able to play this while down in Florida. If you can’t get it to play, just flag down some 5 yr old kid, he’ll get you going. Lou, I expect to be playing golf with you in the spring. Well, enjoy….
Video Rating: 5 / 5

Hull Model Railway show 2010 (pt3: Snazzy Scenics & Crumley & Little Wickhill)

Part 3 of the HMRS 2010 model show. Snazzy Scenics are Model railway scenic suppliers. Seen here are some of their modern image custom range of road vehicles. They do a range of different types of signs, posters, detail bits & stuff. Visit their website or email for more details of their products. As seen here, they’ve added extra details that you would see in working vans. Such as the hi-vis vest / jacket, map book, tax disk in the windscreen, newspaper / magazines, clip board, paperwork etc. One such van will appear on my layout, when it gets to the scenic part of the construction. Many thanks to Mr A Seeds. Next we visit a triangular shaped layout by the Hull Miniature Railway Society, called Crumley & Little Wickhill. It’s scale is 4mm/ft gauge: 9mm or better known as 009 scale. The layout is a fictitous 2’6″ guage railway (RVT: Roth Valley Tramway) serving several small communities, high up in the Yorkshire / Lancashire / Cumberland boarder area of the Pennine hills. The layout is set sometime in the 1930’s & has seen it’s best days, but still has a steady flow of traffic. It features a reversal to enable the line climb higher up into the Pennine Hills, to the next town. Note how they’ve modeled some of the well known features of the Pennine’s, the stone barns & walls etc. Not sure what the story behind the big over sized sheep is though??? Another feature, appears to be an adapted road vehicle (of which they have
Video Rating: 0 / 5