Forced perspective

Smallshaw, Earl
December 1999
Model Railroader;Dec99, Vol. 66 Issue 12, p114
Deals with the use of a modeling technique, called forced perspective to create the illusion of distance on railroad model. Principles of forced perspective; Materials; Tips.


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