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LMS Lines
Joined: Dec 24, 2010
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posted on Dec 22, 2012 10:56 PM:
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I recently re-detailed the exterior and added interiors to a free-lanced masonry structure built with DPM modular panels. The first floor contains a dress shop and the second and third floor contain apartments. The building occupies a space along a Main Street section of my layout.















Fire escape is from Tichy.






First and second floor interiors







Mary and Frank on the layout






Third floor also has a full interior





 

   

JohnBoy
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posted on Dec 23, 2012 02:02 PM:
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Fantastic! Love the details - that interior is astonishing. How did you make the hanging garments, dresses?

John
 

   

LMS Lines
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posted on Dec 29, 2012 08:49 AM:
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Thanks for the compliment. The hanging dresses were made by downloading photos of dresses from the web and re-sizing them in O scale. They were then printed on thick paper and cut out. The cut outs were attached to stands or hung on racks using CA plus kicker.
 

   

JohnBoy
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posted on Dec 29, 2012 11:08 AM:
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Wow that looks so real! How about the folded clothes on the shelves?

Thanks LMS Lines - what a treat!
 

   

LMS Lines
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posted on Dec 30, 2012 11:08 PM:
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The folded clothes are pieces of fabric obtained from the Quarter Source. The fabric was folded to look like sweaters or shirts. White glue holds everything together.
 

   

wesrr
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posted on Jan 11, 2013 11:23 AM:
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The building construction is as real as it can get, but the interior detail is fantastic. Your work is inspirational. I can remember when we got our first TV and we had that same type of roof antenna. WESRR
 

   





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