That's more like it!
Name and a short story will come later, I promise to have it ready by the time he's painted, if not earlier.
Here's some pictures of him - terribly sorry about the mediocre quality of them, but I hope you all like how he's turned out.
I do know that the left arm is slightly too long, but the hand has turned out so much better than my first try, so I don't think I'll attempt to cut the 1mm or so off his wrist, out of fear that the hand might get damaged...
Oh, and I did try to take some pictures as I worked, although I doubt they're good enough for a step-by-step guide.. I'll look the pictures through some other day, and make that list of tools and write down tips and stuff I learned while working on him, as I promised.
An Industrial Narrow Gauge Adventure - the layout part thirty - The next stage in reproducing the low-relief back scene building was to add the wooden retaining strips that hold the tar paper in place. These were cons...
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