Saturday, January 25, 2020

Layout: jyoukeimokeishi / natsu



Self-proclaimed scene modeler natsu
I am enjoying making N-gauge railway models mainly in the scene.
Other hobbies are included.

Thank you (^-^)


This amazing, super detailed layout has a ton of really dense scenery and I love it. With a rather small footprint overall, Natsu just went for it and really got some fantastic Japanese flavor in the layout. TONS of people and signage and action makes this one of my favorite rich scenery layouts I've seen. 

Now, I know this style is not for everyone, but it makes me super happy. I'd love to just sit and stare at it for a while as I took photos. I'm sure there's a ton of things to see in the space.

And, it's really not all that wild or wacky. It's pretty much super prototypical save the helicopters and monsters scattered about. :::grin:::  So much to see!

Magnet by Shibuya 109

I love all the signs and people

This was the look I was going to go for in my SHIZUKA city section of my layout. Rich, dense, and packed with people and signage.

These little detail areas make me happy! :)

Fantastic work!!! Looking forward to seeing more shots in the future! 

Wednesday, January 15, 2020

Yukari model train layout


Marc over at the Shin-Yukari blog is doing some fantastic work! The level of detail is amazing. So much layout in a relatively small footprint makes super-detailing this this more possible.

As far as goals for a future layout goes, Marc's layout ticks a LOT of buttons for me. The track work is a lot of fun here.

There is so much action to be had. It's really well thought out.

The details are stunning and I love his use of lighting and electrics - another goal for my layout when I get it up and going again.

Fantastic details.

Goals. So many goals met here. If I didn't know better, I would have thought the image below to be a real photo. Really grand work!

And to see items that I own taken up to grand levels like this is really exciting for me. I have this truck depot, but the lighting and internal detail additions really take it above and beyond.

Lastly, I would really like some complex switch areas like this on my layout. It's a fun section.

All in all, seeing work like this fills me with excitement. I hope to find a space where I can get my layout going again, but really plan and plot before starting in on building. I was going to start now, but without knowing how much space I'll have it seems like it wouldn't be a good use of time. For now, I'll continue these fact finding missions and see what ideas I can farm for the future.