I have completed it and added some pictures to share.
I am impressed with the quality and ease of construction and intend to purchase your building software when funds allow." Carl
"Thought I'd share with you some of the buildings I've made to create small town commercial district."
Downtown Deco Model
"This is a picture of a structure made using Model Builder Software. I started with the leftover base from a Downtown Deco kit. I also used Campbell's corrugated metal for the roof on the addition on the side. I used the doors from the software and some of the signs came from your Sign Maker Software. Enjoy!"
"Few more pics or newest buildings..."
Trackside Cardstock Models
"I'm designing each side separately. Cut them out of matte presentation paper and fasten each side using glue sticks and then the final trimming." Geo
"I'm building my primary buildings with it and not just back ground. I'm in "On30" scale (1:48) and I'm using black foam board to build my forms." Geo
"I just absolutely love your soft ware." Geo
Here's a link to my blog that shows how I used your brick texture to finish one of my buildings. Feel free to use the link on your site.
"After playing with your software for a while, I needed to do a diorama for a category on Flickr, so I used it to make a COOL background. Several people said on first look they thought it was a full size motorcycle then realized it was a toy. LOL Great software! Learning curve is very low with any experience and alitle tinkering. LOL will be lots more to come LOL I printed two sheets one of the background and one "cobble" stone to park the bike on. In two differnce scales to add some realism."
"As you can see from the picture, I still have a lot of work to do, weathering and finishing the roadways etc. but I'm having loads of fun with it. Ron Weatherby
Chipboard Town Hall
"In some cases I cropped parts from the photos and brought them directly into the software. I'm not by any means a professional but I am happy so far with the results." Ron Weatherby
"I thought I would share some pictures of the layout I am building with the help of your software.
I took photos of our local village business section and used them as guides when creating the buildings." Ron Weatherby
Tractor Repair Shop
Inside of a Motor Service Centre
Busy day at Barbershop
Hip Roof Barn
Old barn with rusted roof
Elliott's Texaco Gas Station
Red Crown Gas
Cammie's Red Crown Gas & Groceries. This busy 1:24 scale scene shows off the great die cast car in the foreground.
John Deer Sales
Kleine dealership display built by Brad Underwood. This great display was created for the 2009 national Farm toy show in Dyersville Iowa
Stone modek Building
As promised, here are some photographs of my first attempt with your program. I am really happy with the outcome. The model was based (loosely) on the photo that I downloaded from Google. I took a hint from John Wiffen's models for the roof. I extended the tiles downwards by about 1mm for each row. After sticking them into thin card I cut each row separately 1mm above the front edge of the tile. I then stuck each row down separately, starting from the bottom and overlapping by 1mm. This let your "shadows" show but also gave a realistic profile for the tiles. The walls are two layers of card, with the windows on the inner layer and the outer layer cut out to reveal them. I also 'glazed' by also printing the widows onto clear plastic and carefully superimposing them. I reckon the whole thing looks pretty authentic, so thanks for your software. I am now free to design a whole village, based on where I used to live in Scotland 45 years ago! Regards, Peter Meadows
Model Builder Church
Country Church on Sunday Morning
Morgan's Wet Yer Wistle Saloon
Towing trucks at groceries
WOW...I think I'm getting addicted to Model Builder! Here's my latest creation for Hillbilly Junction. I used to work for Lamar Outdoor Advertising, so I figured the billboard was a significant part of it. Now to find some 1/43 Railway Express vehicles to add more detail. Elliott
1945 Brick Building
The U-Haul logo is their original from 1945, and my barbers name is Tim. I carved and assembled the barber pole from bass wood. The white globe is a large pin head. Elliott
O gauge Model
Hot roads in front of a radio station
Radio Station Model
Here are photos of my latest Model Builder buildings for my railroad layout. The first is WELD 1250 am Radio Station and broadcast tower. The second is Hillbilly Junctions Town Hall /Fire Station/ Police Headquarters & County Courthouse (all in one building). This will be located in the center of town like a town square with all traffic routed around the Town Hall. I may have enough room on my layout to hold a small country church and a small town bank... after that Ill be out of room! Elliott
Farmerss Grain and Feed
Heres another one of my Model Builder buildingsï¿½ the Farmers Grain & Feed Elevator (photos attached). THANKS AGAIN for making Model Builder so easy to use, and for its realistic features! Elliott
First National Bank and Trust
Front Street Building
The attached is a better photo of my last two Model Builder Software building projects. Fat tracks Factory and Susquehanna Hat Company. I really enjoyed designing and building them. Jack
So far I LOVE your products, but my wife does not. She keeps asking me where I am going to keep all these buildings. This is my latest completion in O gauge. Jack Giordano
And the damaged street was for geography where we had to create a diorama of earthquake damage. Steve, UK
The medieval castle
I am a happy and very satisfied user of your products. They have come in very useful for some of the school projects my daughter has had to do as well as buildings for our model railway. Thought you might be interested to see a couple of homework projects we did using your software. The medieval castle was a history project. Steve, UK
Using brickyard for school projects! I purchased brickyard from you about a month ago. My 13 year old son built Ft. Sumter for his history class. I wanted to send a pic of it to you. Thank you for a great product, it made the project! Christine
Thanks to Gregg for these photos! Read more about using Model Builder in War games at Gregg's Blog: DiceFestGames!
Model Builder used with Outrider: Outrider is a game of post-apocalyptic vehicular combat that utilizes a unique blend of dice and card mechanics that create a fast-playing, highly detailed and customizable player experience. Outrider is a print-and-play game designed to use standard-sized cards and sleeves, ordinary gaming dice and has a ready-made range of the most inexpensive miniatures around: 1/64th scale die cast cars.
Back of the great building seen on page 1.
Small shed idea
A classic country cottage
Pulling up at the store, this 1:24 diecast looks great with model builder models around it!