Despite the kit definitely being intended for O-scale, the author still managed to make it into a reasonable model for S.
Using a Banta Modelworks kit that is no longer available, the author shows how he builds hydrocal structures. The article covers walls, brick, concrete, stonework, decals, windows, and doors.
Ideas for giving the impression that a building's interior is detailed.
The author is making a case for manufacturers to start producing S-scale plastic structure kits.
Considering adding animation, such as movement, lights, and sounds to your structures.
Although a number of craftsman-style kits are available in S, the author proposes that cheaper plastic kits, similar to Walther's HO-scale Cornerstone ones, are needed in S-scale.
Gerry reviews the NASG Brick Building and the Smoky Mountain Model Works GE 77-tonner engine. Both are new kits.
The author shares his opinion about building kits by various manufacturers.
The author describes 6 details that will make a difference in a structure model.
Tips and tricks for building structure kits.
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