Discussion in 'The Platform 1 Cameo Competition' started by Toto, Jun 7, 2017.
duley noted master
The other thing that really impresses me with the Vallejo range is they are pigments more than paints so it is very easy to create new colours or tones.
A couple of my pics...
Oh, there isn't a rule on photo-shopping is there...??
I like the veggie stall. First class. The scary guy in the last piccie looks familiar
I would think that you would be able to conjure a few great examples from your portfolio of layouts Gary.
Remember ( everyone ) that to have your entry accepted you must state that it is your official entry. It will make sifting through them a lot easier.
I spot Gary in one of the photos
Thanks Toto. Would you believe that Linden Ford and Industry Lane are the only layouts with people on them...
OK, for my formal entry, I select this pic...
Ohhhhhh ..... Gary breaks cover and submits a blinder.
If anybody else wants to enter ...... Time is running out. I'd get your entry in ....... You have to be in it to win it.
Somebody has to win.
Cheers and good luck.
Just as well I checked ....... You have until midnight tonight 26 th August ( uk time ) so if you want to be in with a chance .........
Junior Train spotter
A young boy gets the Good oil from the crew of the the freshly out shopped 3805 it's the first time he's seen a Green 38 with 3805 being the first so painted and he makes sure to get the details in his Spotters book, as the Station master shouts all aboard if he's lucky the boy may well get a ride on the footplate.
Edit note offical entry
That engine driver looks like Casey Jones in that attire !
Looks like a part time baker!
Fantastic shot Chris. Well taken and razor sharp.
Photo 1.Wallace tends to the sheep with his ever trusty dog Grommit.
Photo 2.Old McDonald had a farm....... A game of tug o war was not what he had in mind though.
Frank was a funny old chap. Always wore his overcoat and loved staring at puddles. Somehow it got Sam and Mike all curious.
Old Bob just didn't trust the young lad to do it properly so stood towering over him to make sure it were done right.
These figures are top notch Steve. Remember and state an image as your official entry of you want it to be considered for the competition.
There have been a couple of crackers came in of late.
Thanks for posting these up.
Great pics Steve, but which one is your 'official entry' ??
Stanley and Oliver stood patiently at the end of the platform waiting for the train to arrive. Not a word was said between them.