Author: Paul Newitt
Number Of Pages: 200
Publisher: J-T Publishing
Release Date: 01-10-2005
Details: Product description Comprehensive book on wiring and animating your model railroad. Covers basic wiring, lighting, sound, special effects, signaling, scenery effects. Also offers a complete source guide for products. Review How I wish I had this book when I built animations for the Los Alto Museum Layout. --Bob Brown, Narrow Gauge Gazette There is a lot of creative meat in this book for modelelers of all levels of experience. It's well written and well produced...Things are explained in simple terms and clear illustrations...this book is highly recommended. --Garden Railways Magainze..Dec 05 About the Author Paul's childhood interest in model railroading lead him to explore how creative objects could be combined with mechanicl motion to produce unique overall special effects. Paul has a BS in Design from UC, Davis. His portfolio includes projects ranging from logo, book & catalog design to photography, scale models and TV and Movie props design. In 1999 Paul designed and built the country's first science fiction museum in Old Sacramento. In A Beginner's Guide to Creative Effects for Your Model Railroad, Paul brings his extensive experience to the model railroader and explains how to create an animated layout in terms that are easily understood and applied.
Package Dimensions: 10.8 x 8.4 x 0.5 inches