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PegasusDesigns -My Shapeways shop.

Posted: Sun Jan 17, 2016 5:49 am
by JBModels
Hey guys,

I've not been around for a while, but now I'm back. I've finally opened up a Shapeways shop called PegasusDesigns. I would've ideally loved to have called it JBM but I stuck with PegasusDesigns as I don't plan on sticking to model trains alone.

In terms of T-gauge I've got just one product up right now which will fall under the T-gauge scenic category. I sold a couple of them so far and had no negative feedback from Shapeways or the customers. So I hope it all goes well. I will be doing locos, rolling stock and other things soon.

So here are the various links:-

My shop:
https://www.shapeways.com/shops/pegasusdesigns

My first product:
Mr. Bean's House (WSF)
https://www.shapeways.com/product/W5ATL ... d=58756295

Mr. Bean's House (FUD)
https://www.shapeways.com/product/W5ATL ... d=58932988

[Moderator Note] These product links no longer work [/Moderator Note]

Suggestions for various locos, rolling stock and other stuff are always welcome.

Cheers!
Jeremiah.

Re: PegasusDesigns -My Shapeways shop.

Posted: Sun Jan 17, 2016 11:52 pm
by Reith01
Nice one, - as long as it's to scale!! A low relief building.

I must admit disappointment with Shapeways buildings mostly because of scale. Some I bought I reckon are about 1/550, too small to integrate with items to the correct scale.

Good luck with this and your shop, all the same.

cheers,
Ivor.

Re: PegasusDesigns -My Shapeways shop.

Posted: Mon Jan 18, 2016 3:52 am
by JBModels
Reith01 wrote:Nice one, - as long as it's to scale!! A low relief building.

I must admit disappointment with Shapeways buildings mostly because of scale. Some I bought I reckon are about 1/550, too small to integrate with items to the correct scale.

Good luck with this and your shop, all the same.

cheers,
Ivor.
Hi Ivor,

Thanks for the wishes. 1:550 scale will obviously be off scale because it's 1:550 and not 1:450. even 1:500 looks odd beside 1:450. I'll admit I have no idea how exact my model is, after all it's based on a TV show/cartoon. However I have used measurements such as the average height of a single storey and modeled it accordingly in 1:450 scale. So it should be as close as possible.

Cheers!
Jeremiah.