|Architectural Model Making|
An insight into the world of architectural model making.
|Bases For Terrain|
by Gary James
Primary colours? Secondary colours? Complimentary colours? What is it all about and why should we care?
|Craft Foam (dlmos) Moulds|
A cheap and effective technique for making moulds from craft foam
How to apply decals and solve common problems
|Flashing Lights Landing Pad||20040900|
|Flock - From Polystyrene|
How to make your own scatter materials from off-cuts of polystyrene foam
|Flock - From Sawdust|
How to make your own scatter materials from wood dust
by Gary James
|Foamcore Rabbet Cutter|
A simple tool for cutting rabbets in foamcore boards.
Techniques for building with foamcore.
|Geometry - Bisecting a Line|
How to bisect a line without measuring.
|Geometry - Checking Right Angles|
How to check for right angles without a protractor.
|Geometry - Circles 1|
How to find their centres.
|Geometry - Circles 2|
How to split them up into segments.
|Geometry - Dividing up a Surface|
A simple technique for dividing a surface into equal widths
|Geometry - Marking a Sphere|
How to find the poles, equator and lines of longitude.
|Geometry - The Golden Rectangle|
The phenomena know as the golden rectangle
|Hot Wire Cutters - About|
What they are, how they work, and what to consider when buying.
|Hot Wire Cutters - Project 1|
Gary James tells us how he made his own hand held hot wire cutter.
Copyright & Credits
TerraGenesis was created in 1997 by Gary James and is currently owned, edited and maintained by Andy Slater, however the ideas and opinions expressed are those of the individual contributors. TerraGenesis and its content are © Andy Slater, unless otherwise stated, and should not be reproduced without permission.
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