In this episode, we talk to Ramon Rhodes, the consummate modeller adjective 1. showing a high degree of skill and flair; complete or perfect.
Now since I started in this hobby, I have been a wood model kinda guy. Plastic models are a whole different beast IMHO. So talking to Ramon Rhodes is a huge opportunity for me to learn some insights into a segment of the hobby, I know little about.
Yet this segment of the hobby is probably the most popular among the young. I think that If I am going to get a better grasp on the hobby I so enjoy, I need to learn what I am missing out on. Ramon is a true gentleman, and I was honoured to enjoy this chat with him.
Ramon tells us how to win a model contest
In this episode, we talk to Mark Williams Joe Lemay. Mark is the founder of Imagine That Laser Art and a Canadian Artist. Joe is an expert in both local railroad history and was a huge influence in my modeling.
I have been using Scenery n' Stuff Matts for years now and love them. These are some of my tips on using them.
What, Another low-cost craftsman kit? Yup, but this one is an interesting example of the cost of detail parts. While Jack em' up had less metal detail parts and was a wee bit larger, Bob's is smaller with more details parts.
We love to make miniature terrain
I found a stem armature that looked like a tree. But was a wee bit too big to be anything other than a willow tree.
A week later I am working on the honey do list and find that hot chilly pepper roots look just like branches of a tree.
Some paint, craft glue, and various ground cover junk. And I do mean junk, a tree is born.