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Essential Model Railroad Scenery Techniques

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Book - Essential Model Railroad Scenery Techniques - Pelle K. Søeborg
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TitleEssential Model Railroad Scenery Techniques
Author
Additional Authorsnone
CategoryModel Railroads
GenreTransport
Sub-GenreRailroads
MSRP21.950
Page Count102
ISBN-100890247366
ISBN-13978-0890247365
PublisherKalmbach Media (Details)
Publication Date
FormatPaperback
EditionFirst



Description: A comprehensive how-to guide for constructing the most common forms of scenery: mountains, deserts, lakes and streams, and rural and town scenes.
Notes: My experience is broad and spans everything from creating logo and corporate designs, company profiles, brochures and flyers, including packaging design to store displays, book covers, illustrations, exhibition stands and web-sites.

In the early 1990’s I took up model railroading as my hobby and today my hobby has become a part of my business. I am a contributing editor at Model Railroader – the worlds largest model railroad magazine. I also have five books about the subject published by Kalmbach Publishing Co.
Publisher:
Kalmbach Media (formerly Kalmbach Publishing Co.) is an American publisher of books and magazines, many of them railroad-related, located in Waukesha, Wisconsin. The company's first publication was The Model Railroader, which began publication in the summer of 1933 with a cover date of January 1934. A press release announcing the magazine appeared in August 1933, but did not receive much interest.
Item created by: gdm on 2019-10-19 06:03:06. Last edited by denverdave49 on 2022-11-17 23:12:29

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