Sounds like you are being nice with your little filing and lack of mitered corners. Let's face it, if you have a good enough craftsman, almost any kit can look good. Now for the positive, they have unique structures without the need for kit-bashing although I have seen ones that have been kit-bashed.DarkTerritory wrote:They were originally RDA kits that Ertl bought. I particularly like their small mill kit, I have several of them and they are easy to kitbash into larger structures. The walls are almost modular and with a little filing go together nicely. I also have one of their Hermanson Woolen Mill kits in resin that I will build eventually, I'm investigating building it as a thick-relief building flat for up against the backdrop use.
Like Dave I've bought them over Ebay and had very good luck with them. The kits do need a bit of work but build up into nice structures. Mitering the corners should make them look even better.
They are fine for the foreground, just wanted you to be aware of the extra work.rpdylan wrote:It looks like they have an online store- "railwaydesign.com"- selling direct. I was wondering if anyone ordered from them there? Looks like a lot of kit for 69.95! Even if they are not perfect for close inspection- looks like they would look good towards the back of the layout...
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