Build a Museum Quality Train Station - Realistic Scenery Vol.25
Published at : 14 Nov 2020
This tutorial will walk you through some of the tips and tricks for building an ultra-high quality model that could be a feature in a museum! It’s really not as difficult as you might think.
This model is in HO scale however like with nearly all of my previous videos the techniques I use can be applied to just about any other scale, from Z scale right through to G scale!
I use a lot of techniques that you will have seen in previous videos plus a whole lot of new never before shown techniques for creating unique effects, below you’ll also find a list of companion videos for things like the chain-link fence, various trees on the model as well as some tools I use.
00:00 – Intro
00:33 – Building the Baseboard
02:21 – Main Station Building
03:21 – Corrugated Roof
06:10 – Picking a colour scheme
06:25 – Chimneys & 3D Printed Details
07:46 – DIY Train Track (3D Printed)
09:24 – The Station Platform
15:54 – Planning the Scene & Laying Track
17:13 – Contouring with Foam
18:23 – Painting & Weathering Track
19:36 – Rock Moulds (Curved Rocks)
20:14 – Plaster... Lots of plaster!
21:10 – Painting Rocks
21:40 – Brown Earth & Dirt Texture
23:25 – Track Ballasting
24:15 – Roads
27:28 – Trees... Lots of Trees!
28:20 – Static Grass
30:12 – Forest Floor (Leaves and Weeds)
31:16 – Chain-Link Fence, Path Barrier & Guardrails
32:13 – Signs, Crossing Signals & Trackside Debris
33:41 – Detailing with Static Grass
33:59 – Woodland Scenics Light Hub
34:19 – Road, Path & Track Detailing
35:09 – Planting the Trees
36:26 – Closing Shots
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