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New blog post, I recently revisited some old scratch-built houses with embossed brick paper to make them a bit nicer. This post describes the steps I took in doing this.
Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNUYwNznn-ZuNMoHoF3urwQ
That embossed paper really does the trick!
I’m having some trouble finding this on US ebay. What search terms did you use?
Cheers, I can’t exactly remember, but something like ’embossed brick paper for railway modelling’. I got this from Greece and was the only stuff I could find.
Very cool. I like the book of the broken beam and caved in roof.
Tired is enough.
Huge transformation, and you make it look easy. Really nice revamp you have there sir!
"I saw this in a cartoon once, but I'm pretty sure I can do it..."
Thank you! It was really easy, tbh, just a bit of glue slapped all over the place!
I was hoping to do something similar, but wanted a firmer understructure, but a material thin enough that I could still cut with a heavy duty hobby knife. I finally found this a few days ago:
To minimize the use of PVA or other shrinkable glues, i plan to use spray adhesive with the thin MDF sheets. The project is still on my to do pile. However, if the link can help others, go for it.
Loads of WIPs: https://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/albums/with/72157710630529376
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