I think this is the best way to approach it. It's really the ONLY way to approach putting some sort of interior into that model.beeblebrox said:I bought Psycho II last night in the used DVD bin. Don't know how well that set matches the original interior, but at least I can see what color everything is. I will probably only do the rooms that I will light up, mother's room and the entry hall (upper and lower). The others can be vague gray shapes and doorways.
Thanks Rogue1, very cool pics. Don't know why I hadn't thought of printing off the entire wall detail. Guess my brain's been stuck in scratchbuilding mode since I found the kit.Rogue1 said:I don't have any pictures of the real house, but I made the kit similar to how you're going to.
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v247/12Rogues/On the bench/Finished Kits/roominside.jpg
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v247/12Rogues/On the bench/Finished Kits/2a.jpg
I used some downloadable features from the PC game "The Sims" for the walls and floors.
You can't see the interior from the outside in the pictures, but in person you can, and it looks great.
Good luck and post pictures when your done!
Don't forget the pizza box in the trashcan outside by the curb! What was that commercial for? DiGerno's, I think?beeblebrox said:I will probably only do the rooms that I will light up, mother's room and the entry hall (upper and lower). The others can be vague gray shapes and doorways.
I got it from the Sunday paper flyer. I sent in the coupon! I'm building upMonsterModelMan said:Mitch,
I can't seem to find the Alfred Hitchcock one on their website. Is this one still available? Very cool stuff!