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GOP: Module 2 Backdrop Blue and Tunnel Portals

Posted on Nov 4, 2011 by in Techniques, Updates | 1 comment

I have spent quite a bit of time lately working on a module, building the backdrop.  I used luan plywood for it, though in hindsight I think I should have used masonite instead.  The major reason is how flexible the tempered hard board (Masonite) is compared to the plywood.  I primed it and then painted it blue.

 

I hot glued the two tunnel portals to the backdrop and the roadbed.  The circuit board in the middle of the picture is the reversing unit.

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  1. Track work looks impeccable… nice base color for the background… anxious to see how you will complete it… when I did mine I used those ready-to-use backgrounds from Walthers’ Catalog… but there have been many articles in many magazines that show how to hand paint them… one I found interesting was to project an image from a slide onto the background and then “color-by-number” it on…