Mittwoch, 22. Mai 2013

Army Look.

After a long time of doing nothing I decided to paint the mountains.

Sonntag, 16. September 2012

The Dutch mountains part III.

So far nothing has been changed and the project is in a kind of deep freeze state.
But when the days are growing shorter again I will try to put some more effort in this project and will report here about any progress made.


The toyshop Werst in Ludwigshafen did order 400 Märklin cars with the "Kuckucks-Bähnel" Logo...
 I could not resist and bought both cars although I do not run three rail Märklin anymore.

Back in 2010 we had a Rocrail event with this train:

If you are interested too, just check if there are some left:

GP-7; Geeeeeeee

Just for the records of RainerK I will add a Blog entry. :-)

Last week I bought a USA Trains GP-7 in gauge G. This baby has been part of the 10 years Rocrail event and has the potential to run by radio instead of DCC. ;-)

For more information about the 10 years Rocrail event see:

Samstag, 8. Oktober 2011

The Dutch mountains part II.

This was not an easy job for a software developer, but it partly did make fun. ;)

I tried also bonding finish, a left over from some years ago, but the gypsum is smoother and feels better in the hands; Yes, its a dirty job. Make sure you have wet towels within reach. ;)

The Dutch mountains part I.

I started to create some hills using poultry netting and paper towels soaked in gypsum.
The castle in the air will become later on some solid ground. ;)

N-Terminal Demo on CBUS

The N-Terminal is now completely running on CBUS.

Used modules:
  • CAN-GC1
  • CAN-GC2
  • MGV93