Model Railroad Scenery Backdrop – Low Relief Model Building B455

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Close The background or backdrop on a model railroad layout can be just as important as the foreground. The backdrop can not only hide a wall or sharp edge, it can also add dimension and perspective to the scene. With clever techniques, the distant view can appear to extend further than it really does. This can make the whole model railroad layout look much bigger than it really is.

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Low relief buildings can be the perfect prop to extend the scenery in this way. They can be positioned against the background with the sky or mountains painted on the backdrop behind.

This quick video shows how to make a very realistic looking industrial/office building in low relief. The material used is core flute, but you can use foam core or cardboard.

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