Build Journal: Wile E. Canyon (and Odette Siko track)
I'm currently building a second die-cast gravity track, in my workshop, the first one is in my kids bedroom.
the pictures will speak for me but I'll try to comment details.
first I introduce those I build for my kids (and me).
It started with a shelf built for them... then I saw few tracks parts and as I watche some 3Dbotmaker's races before a idea came.
In the begin it was short. Too short. I decided to invest on track parts. Then more. And more...
And details, more and more details.
At a moment I bought Crash Racers tracks...
And then decided to build another track, at work, as I use my extruded polystyren wastes to form the rocks.
This day I'm also proud with the start gate I just made, another step is reached.
It will need weeks to fix all and finish this track properly.
Glad to share this with you, see you on the tracks !
It's looking really cool
Impressive! the "stone" bridges and towers do remind me of the landscape of many a cartoon. Please show this track in action as soon as you are able.
I like that you incorporated a train into the first track, that's a nice touch I like as a railfan!
- SPY!!!!! :) — GT_Diecast
Thank you !
About cartoon, it's the spirit of this track
Wile E. Coyote got his little cottage with outdoor dry toilets but no more shrubbery, he lost at poker against a knight who say ni. Just miss a mailbox.
A shop just opened today, they need a stock and an interior design
First attempt with sand, I'll have to fix some lack but I now have a "not bad" method
There'll be a train here too. And two railroads downside, at the bottom.
for action, I can show few vid' but no real race (for the moment !?...)
To be continued ...
- Woah, the atmosphere is amazing! nailed it — AutonomousJohn
Love it! That last corner at the crossing is going to be super wicked, though ....
This is all very awesome. It's great to see a little spin on the real-world modeling for tracks, especially one so fun. Great use of the foam too.
I suspect Wile E. should stay far away from any games of chance with a knight who says Ekki-ekki-ekki-ekki-ptang-zoom-boing. Znourrwringmm. Great footage, though.
Incredible! The creativity you have shown is inspiring. Thanks for showing everyone your tracks.
yesterday I received some more stuff I really like, and now I know where I have to glue sand.
Other items are incomming, one is Plymouth Road Runner and another one is a Hazzard county sheriff's car.
And I reserved for this summer (import) a wood wheels DeLorean version... About that, did someone knows if it can fit on a HO/OO railroad !? It could be funny.
Whoa! That's amazing. I love seeing the evolution.