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i could put dulcoat on after that, but that dirties up the wheels and I dont know how to put on the chalk and make it look nice.
 

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I'm also into scale modeling (tanks,armor, 1/35 scale). Without a doubt, Shepard Paine has the best stuff out there pertaining to weathering. His books are priceless. Best out there.
 

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Very nice job, NTrain. Are those n-scale trucks :eek: ?!

When I get around to it, I've got a couple old cars and p.o.s. lifelike 4wd locos to practice on. I built a Walthers turntable last time around and it was my first attempt... didn't turn out too bad.

I think it's more intimidating than it is hard to do an okay job.

Now, the masters :worshippy:.... I've seen weathering that looked sooooooo fine...... Man, to do all your rolling stock would probably take forever!!! Might as well just let them sit outside for a few rains :laugh:!!!!!
 
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