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by timbologist Jan 7, 2018
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Hi there!

Did you generate those supports or did you model them manually?

If generated, How?


Very nice creation, but strangely the statement "You have died of dysentery." keeps coming to mind. :-) Need to collect lots of food and bullets and head to Oregon. :-) Kind of needs a casket don't ya think. :-) Wouldn't need much modding for ice/milk/other wagons. Very cool. :-)

the reason there is no casket as it has just been delivered to the church and is shown in thing https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2737679
so for my particular scene no casket was required


Wow!! Your HO scale setup must be spectacular, filled with lots of interesting details, like a Norman Rockwell painting. Way cool and thought-provoking, like the fact that the casket you showed in your link is being held at a bit of an awkward slope, the kind of thing you wouldn't want to do to a dead body on the way to the grave. Of course there isn't a 3d printed dead body inside the casket, all bunched up on the downside end of the casket, but the setup image makes one think about such things. I'lll bet there are lots of things in your "landscape" that make the viewer think, but hopefully not as morbidly as what I was thinking. :-) Hope it all stays fun for you and thanx for sharing.

Hi foxpup
Glad you liked them, the hardest thing about railway modelling is coming up with things that are unique and show your own individuality,
I have a bit of a warped sense of humour sometimes. if you are interested there are some of my layout pictures on the following forum
this is my current layout https://www.newrailwaymodellers.co.uk/Forums/viewtopic.php?f=22&t=50895
You can see some of the work that I have been doing, the best bits are I think the Tudor Village.


Wow!! You sure have a lot of patience. So much attention to detail, some beautiful scenes there. You could give Aardman Entertainment a run for their money. :-) (I love all their stuff, from Wallace and Gromit to Shaun the Sheep.) Seeing the train cars going through holes in what may be walls reminds me of a dream I used to have of running train tracks around the inside of the exterior walls of my house up above eye level. (Below the ceiling and above the doorways, with little "tunnel entrances" between rooms. One could schedule a circuit run every hour and maybe even have a whistle toot the hour. (during waking hours of course :-) )) Thanks for sharing, and happy building. :-)

Hi foxpup
Strange you should mention about running trains at eye level on the inside of the house. the link below has some photo's of my previous layout that did just as in your dream. but it got a bit impractical as you had to put pieces in where the doorways were as it was across the main passage to the toilet. And I was not allowed to leave it in permanently, so had to build a new layout that is more practical.