Well, I kept on going into the corner and around so that I could put the farm and beaver pond in.
Here is a shot from the track which shows the entrance to the farm. It comes off a road that was painted on the backdrop. I used very similar techniques as I did before.
This angle you can see tire tracks which I put in with my Athearn John Deer Tractor. Again the fence will get it's wire when it has dried and hardened.
Here is a closeup of the area along the wall. It is only three to four inches wiede. A single line of trees with woodland scenics bushes and fence posts. This is raised with 1/2 inch foam covered with celluclay.
Here is a picture of the joint between the new scenery and the stuff I did yesterday.
A closer look at the corner you can see the full effect and the fact that the corner almost goes away.
Here is a picture taken from the right side. You can see the beaver pond followed by the area where the farm yard will go.
From the farm there is a road that goes down to the pond. There are three levels. This is the upper pond and dam. The middle pond area is to the right and the road goes right into it. Eventually there will be some cows in here drinking and cooling themselves..
The closeup shows the detail as well as a beaver nibbling on a stump.
Here is the lodge built on the middle pond. A beaver can be seen at the bottom right.
There are two of the little fellas and in behind you now can see the lower dam.
Here is the corner area where the farm yard will be built. House, barn silo windmill and stuff.
This took about six hours to do. I had lots of fun and I hope I can encourage you to give it a try.