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  • #16
    Thanks! for generously sharing your techniques with us, all, Verne! Much appreciated! I, for one, am anxiously awaiting your next installment!

    CHEERS!

    Grant
    JSBSOn30MRRs - Jefferson State Black Sheep On30 Model Railroaders, Founding Member

    DW&A - Diddy Wells & Afterthought On30 Module/Mini-Layout

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    • #17
      Verne,

      I love your techniques, I as quite a few others are bookmarking your thread and are looking forward to following your series.

      Monique & I will definately be adding your ideas to our "Library" of weathering techniques.

      Fred in Orleans

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      • #18
        Verne, thanks for yet another fantastic how-to in the Rusty-Crusty world. I'm looking forward to more!


        Louis L&R Western Railroad
        Pacific Northwest Logging in the East Coast

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        • #19
          Verne,

          Reading your tutorial this morning is a great start to the day for me .... :up:
          Tom M.

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          • #20
            This new installment shows us some very interesting weathering techniques, Verne. Thanks for sharing your methods.

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            • #21
              Thank you all for your kind comments! It seems there are as many different ways to weather our trains as there are modelers...

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              • #22
                Thanks for this training !!!
                Have a G\'day



                Fabrice Fayolle

                http://www.modelrailway-online.com

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                • #23
                  thanks for this, i have saved it for ref when i get back to on30 someday *wink wink*

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