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Doh, reading that much too late at night! 

 

Mrp had created a pic program to drive little led displays like that for that sort of small screen. Tiny screens are being made even for switch buttons to shingle the labeling on them as needed.

 

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12 hours ago, gcmr_new_zealand said:

I think he is talking about the 2 panels in the shop front and end windows - best seen from 0.26 in the clip.

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Correct! The RGB lighting, and in fact the lighting and detailing in general, is excellent! However, I'm referring to the two vertical displays showing the Uniqlo animation. I will definitely be picking up a couple of these for experimentation for my own (eventual) N-scale layout.

 

The displays are shown off on the blog here:

https://shin-yukari.weebly.com/blog/uniqlo-store-display

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On 4/7/2019 at 11:27 PM, bill937ca said:

Tachikawa Station, a large layout based on an actual JR East station on the Chuo Main Line.

 

Hi, bill937ca-san and all.

 

I'm "tachikawa" in Japan.

 

Thank you for your introduction of my site.  I found this forum because some people have visited to my pages via the URL of this post.

You can find a newest view of the whole layout from following page!
http://ngauge.blog/article/185312713.html

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And, already leaves in the mountain in a corner changed color.

http://ngauge.blog/article/185324956.html

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I look forward to your visit to my site.

 

Regards,

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12 hours ago, tachikawa said:

 

Hi, bill937ca-san and all.

 

I'm "tachikawa" in Japan.

 

Thank you for your introduction of my site.  I found this forum because some people have visited to my pages via the URL of this post.

You can find a newest view of the whole layout from following page!
http://ngauge.blog/article/185312713.html

And, already leaves in the mountain in a corner changed color.

http://ngauge.blog/article/185324956.html

 

 

I look forward to your visit to my site.

 

Regards,

 

Hello "Tachikawa",

 

I often read your blog, thanks to Google Translate!

Very nice work. Thank you!

 

Marc

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Welcome Tachikawa san! よろしくお願いします! 

 

Your blog is lovely! Thank you for sharing it with us! I love how you also keep track of how much you have spent so far on the hobby ~ 

 

Please feel free to interact with everyone on the forum and hope to see new updates to your blog! Nice work on the layout! Cheers!

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On 6/11/2019 at 1:55 PM, Madsing said:

I often read your blog, thanks to Google Translate!

 

Hi, @Madsing san, thank you for your visit!

 

 

On 6/11/2019 at 8:25 PM, JR 500系 said:

Your blog is lovely! Thank you for sharing it with us! I love how you also keep track of how much you have spent so far on the hobby ~

 

Please donate for my squander :-)

 

 

On 6/11/2019 at 11:10 PM, railsquid said:

Is that Ome Railway Park (青梅鉄道公園) in the middle?

 

That's right!

 

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My report of Ome Railway Park  (real world) is follow:

http://ngauge.blog/article/177856422.html

http://ngauge.blog/article/183883143.html

 

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tachikawa

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13 minutes ago, tachikawa said:

 

That's right!

 

870601.JPG

 

My report of Ome Railway Park  (real world) is follow:

http://ngauge.blog/article/177856422.html

http://ngauge.blog/article/183883143.html

 

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tachikawa

 

Hah!

 

My most recent visit: http://www.jnsforum.com/community/topic/11445-indoctrinating-children/?page=17&tab=comments#comment-195080

 

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From the author of the 50 layouts book, a shunting game concept disguised as a model railway. You start at the railway station, where you draw a card from the stack. That card shows the consist you have to arrange. After doing the shunting work and ending up with the correct consist, you run back to the railway station. That is where you start over again from the first step.

 

 

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A small operations layout based on the Ome line.  It would be great for a small apartment!

 

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Thats from the 50 small layout book. It’s a really excellent track plan idea book for small layouts, wonderfully illustrated. Lots of great ideas to hide stuff to make the layout feel bigger and more complex than it is and also operations are thought into things as well. All in Japanese but easily translated with google translate on the phone or pad.

 

https://www.amazon.co.jp/gp/product/4774183032/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

 

jeff

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The twitter feed that the above plan is from has a wealth of plans, buildings and vehicles amongst other items. It is worth a look through.

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5 hours ago, cteno4 said:

Thats from the 50 small layout book. It’s a really excellent track plan idea book for small layouts, wonderfully illustrated. Lots of great ideas to hide stuff to make the layout feel bigger and more complex than it is and also operations are thought into things as well. All in Japanese but easily translated with google translate on the phone or pad.

 

https://www.amazon.co.jp/gp/product/4774183032/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

 

jeff

The plan above is from this book offered on Amazon.  It seems to be new material with R150 and R183 curves.  I believe the Twitter poster may be the artist.

 

https://www.amazon.co.jp/dp/B07Q4BD8TR/ref=cm_sw_r_tw_dp_U_x_C7IcDbJ7PB3AA

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Unfortunately it’s showing that kindle edition is showing not available when I log into amazon.co.jp.

 

jeff

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Yep, the titter feed is from the artist.  He does a lot of great work and has even done official work for kato and tomix in the past.

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Unitram and Tomytec trams.  Video by K lucky

 

 

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Holy animation Batman!

 

Nice combo of animation! Ive seen very few have animated people at n scale like this. Well done! Sequencing the car loop with the moving bus was nicely done! Key is to break the scene at the right place to make it all work and hide the turnarounds. But the eye will beg for the whole layout to have all this animation! Nice find.

 

Cheers

 

jeff

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WOW! 

 

That was really nicely done! I love how the speed of the cars and the buses were captured accurately, along with the speed of the trains above... Very life like! The commuters were a little too fast for my liking though haha  🙂 But overall a really superb job! Man that is nice!

 

LOL at the police car whose probably drunk!  😛

 

 

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