Jeremiah Bunyan & Hayley Anne


3D modeler, Designer, Product designer, Artist, Maker
Designer or 1:43, 1:76, 1:87, 1:100, 1:148, 1:150 and 1:450 scale model trains and vehicles.

PegasusDesigns @dnotarius Hi David, Indeed aware of all that you've said, personally I don't like kit bashing as a method because buying brand new models to chop up is expensive and not worth it. Second hand models are of varying quality and not what I want to offer my customers, and not to mention on a regular basis manufacturers adapt their tooling for a variety of reasons. That means modifying CAD work. I've opted for a slightly expensive solution and that is having the chassis custom built. It means there's a standard set and something that is fully built to my specs. Something worthy of the dollar bills. Come this August work will start on my HO scale WDM-2, the WP is high on my list too, so high that I've already done in in T-scale. What I'm looking out for now is suitable wheels and someone good at etching motion gear. See the link to my T-scale WP. If I fail in sourcing wheels and motion gear I will actually look out for American or European spares, why? Simply because Australian steam locos are almost always limited edition and brass made and hence cost a bomb. I've also added an image of my HO scale SAN DL700 Industrial shunter used by many Indian industries.
PegasusDesigns @dnotarius Hi David, We are starting work on our 1:87 scale WDM-2 this August. We've already gotten our first Indian product out. Regards, Jeremiah.
PegasusDesigns @mukerjea Hi, Our first Indian 1:87 scale product was the SAN DL700 Industrial Shunter used by many industries in India. We've just finished it and is currently being assembled. Please contact us for further info Regards, Jeremiah.


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