Ron Pare

Ron Pare

I am Just another Scale Modeler. Not special for any reason other than trying to share my craft and teaching you what I know, from building models and even a few layouts over the last 10 years (2017). A custom builder, I build passionately for a wide range of clients and organizations.

Lately, though I have transitioned into a teaching role and encourage you to explore your hobby, what the videos and ask questions during live chats.

Thanks for stopping by.
Ron

The tools of the trade can be whittled down to a list of few essentials. In this article, we have polled the most important tools and sometimes even the essential brand name. Thanks for looking

Glues & Abrasives

Paints & Brushes

  • Paint Brushes -
    - Micro Brushes
    - Hemostats - Holding Small Diameter Wire for glue and touch up paint.
  • Airbrush
  • Paint
  • Glycein USP - anybrand
  • Weathering powders
  • Make-up foam wedge
  • Oil washes
  • Blue Painters Tape - 3M

Electronics

Power Tools

Building Supplies

  • Evergreen Styrene
  • Stripwood & scribed sheets
  • strip wood chopper
  • craft jewellers storage bins

Model Railroad Supplies

  • Foam cradle to hold loco/rolling stock
  • NMRA Gauge

I have been using Scenery n' Stuff Matts for years now and love them. These are some of my tips on using them.

Ibrahim's Etsy Store https://www.etsy.com/shop/ibrahimminiature

In today's meet the modeler we interview Joshua Smith. Where we discuss the art, other modelers and a world scene of scale artist who are breaking out inta a new mainstream artform.

Modelers we talk about Ryan Thomas Monohan, Goon Hugs, Hank Cheng, Kevin D'Alenti, Alan Wolfson, Randy Hage, Marcel Ackle, Jens Trenckle, Ali Alemady and Henry Thong

I know, the title will toss a few over the edge and does break into the realm of click bait. I believe it to be true.https://www.miniatureland.ca/

Uploading to Youtube is the worst for large files. This video helps you to reduce the size of your videos without reducing quality.

I found a stem armature that looked like a tree. But was a wee bit too big to be anything other than a willow tree.

A week later I am working on the honey do list and find that hot chilly pepper roots look just like branches of a tree.

Some paint, craft glue, and various ground cover junk. And I do mean junk, a tree is born.

Ok, not everything I do ends up in failure. Sometimes I stick with it till it works. Other times I run away screaming NOOO!!! We also see what happens when you try and lock the ol' lady out of the room.

I was requested by a modeler to share everything I know about signs. After they watched me mask my Son's name on his tablet. He was going on a trip and I wanted to make sure if some kid stole it (he is autistic and is a target), that kid (i hope it would be a kid, really) would have to hide his thieving butt to remove said signage.

No I messed up on a technique I saw somebody "talk about" before. I wanted to make sure I knew how to do it. I failed, it was hilarious. But I also shared a number of valid technique y'all might like. So check them out.

A Model Railroad resource should strive to make its readers feel able to achieve goals, not just basic goals, the doozies that take a few tries to accomplish. Founded by Ron Pare.