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Ed's Module Progess

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6 years 9 months ago #13009 by shamoo737
Replied by shamoo737 on topic Ed's Module Progess
Ed, the macros really came out nice.
The following user(s) said Thank You: eit27

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6 years 9 months ago - 6 years 9 months ago #13016 by eit27
Replied by eit27 on topic Ed's Module Progess
John,

See what happens when you pull out the proper lens and have good lighting. :laugh:

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6 years 9 months ago #13018 by ryuen
Replied by ryuen on topic Ed's Module Progess
Nothing beats natural light, makes me wish we got some of that warm, low sunlight in our yard as well but alas.
Great photos Ed, love the DOF as well.

Maybe in a few years and with lots of practice I'll be able to make shots that look nearly that good too :p

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6 years 9 months ago #13023 by hokenstrom
Replied by hokenstrom on topic Ed's Module Progess
Impressive! One cannot really see that it's z-scale.
What do you use for material to make the tarmac/asphalt that great?

Petter

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6 years 9 months ago #13025 by eit27
Replied by eit27 on topic Ed's Module Progess
Thanks for all the comments.

Petter- The roads are made with WS Smooth-it. When mixing the smooth-it, instead of using plain water, I use a watered down acylic paint the color is asphalt. This helps in a couple ways. One, its colored all the way through. Second, it gives a more weathered appearance. Once dry, I go back over with sand paper to achieve the height needed.

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6 years 9 months ago #13049 by soccrdad30
Replied by soccrdad30 on topic Ed's Module Progess
Kudos to your wonderful work Ed and thank you for sharing. I am sure many visitors will get some great ideas of what they can do for their layout or module. John

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