Ron Pare

Ron Pare

I am Just another Scale Modeler. Not special for any reason other than trying to share my craft and teaching you what I know, from building models and even a few layouts over the last 10 years (2017). A custom builder, I build passionately for a wide range of clients and organizations.

Lately, though I have transitioned into a teaching role and encourage you to explore your hobby, what the videos and ask questions during live chats.

Thanks for stopping by.
Ron

I have been using Scenery n' Stuff Matts for years now and love them. These are some of my tips on using them.

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In today's meet the modeler we interview Joshua Smith. Where we discuss the art, other modelers and a world scene of scale artist who are breaking out inta a new mainstream artform.

Modelers we talk about Ryan Thomas Monohan, Goon Hugs, Hank Cheng, Kevin D'Alenti, Alan Wolfson, Randy Hage, Marcel Ackle, Jens Trenckle, Ali Alemady and Henry Thong

I know, the title will toss a few over the edge and does break into the realm of click bait. I believe it to be true.https://www.miniatureland.ca/

Uploading to Youtube is the worst for large files. This video helps you to reduce the size of your videos without reducing quality.

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.

Ok, not everything I do ends up in failure. Sometimes I stick with it till it works. Other times I run away screaming NOOO!!! We also see what happens when you try and lock the ol' lady out of the room.

I was requested by a modeler to share everything I know about signs. After they watched me mask my Son's name on his tablet. He was going on a trip and I wanted to make sure if some kid stole it (he is autistic and is a target), that kid (i hope it would be a kid, really) would have to hide his thieving butt to remove said signage.

No I messed up on a technique I saw somebody "talk about" before. I wanted to make sure I knew how to do it. I failed, it was hilarious. But I also shared a number of valid technique y'all might like. So check them out.

I just recently learned KC workshops existed. And I am amazed by the offerings on the website. Great prices and designs.
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A Model Railroad resource should strive to make its readers feel able to achieve goals, not just basic goals, the doozies that take a few tries to accomplish. Founded by Ron Pare.