Boy, I don't know what's done it, but my enthusiasm for my modeling is returning after so loooong a time.
Now that I can see (and access) my 12th St. Yard scene again... I've been working some more on it.
You see, the window being visible above my stand-in flats really has irked me for a long time. I HAD a specific PhotoFlat created in the software program that was earmarked for it... just hadn't gotten a 'round tuit for months and months.
Well, this evening I decided to dood it, and dood it I did.
I finalized and printed out the segments, trimmed them, then assembled it all to create a truly large PhotoFlat. We're talking 40" wide x 26" tall. Five S scale 40' boxcars can be spotted in front of it. It dwarfs the trains in a nice way. This new one was created as the "Sunshine Biscuit Company" for two reasons:
1. The prototype was in the region.
2. My mom worked there way back "when".
So it seemed appropriate.
Sunshine Biscuit assembled and in place.
But WAIT, that's not all!
This now meant that I could finish the filler building between it and the alley scene (the one in the pic I posted a few days ago) and replace the stand-in at that location. This I did, too!
This means that I now have about 8' of wall covered by "final" PhotoFlats.
Ain't I on a roll?
Time for bed... I will try to take a pic and post it tomorrow.