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Author Topic: SPV-2000/Amtrak 10001  (Read 652 times)

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Re: SPV-2000/Amtrak 10001
« Reply #15 on: January 16, 2018, 07:52:42 pm »
Fantastic modelling, 70000!!
I especially impressed with camera.
The glass area of camera colour is just stunning. It looks like not a plain black colour.
What kind of colour did you use? And how did you make the shape of camera?

I'm looking forward to seeing your next project!

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Re: SPV-2000/Amtrak 10001
« Reply #16 on: January 17, 2018, 07:41:55 am »
Fantastic modelling, 70000!!
I especially impressed with camera.
The glass area of camera colour is just stunning. It looks like not a plain black colour.
What kind of colour did you use? And how did you make the shape of camera?

I'm looking forward to seeing your next project!

Dats

The roof "hump" for the camera was made from a few thin pieces of plastic card which were cut to shape and stuck onto the coach. I cheated a bit in that there should be another camera window facing forward on the car, but I didn't bother with reproducing that as it would have meant cutting into and altering the coach roof. The window is an ordinary thin sheet of clear plastic glazing material, but I painted the inside of the "hump" matt black, so that is what gives the tinted look.

 

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