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  • CNE1899
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    Dave,

    Nice looking cars! Love the backdrop as well, good idea. I'm thinking of doing something a back drop for the Pleasant Valley Locomotive Works.

    Scott

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  • Bill_Gill
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    Jerry, if you click on Dave's little photso does it enlarge them? It does for me.

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  • Rick
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    Use the image icon instead of the camera icon and your picture will post in full size. Also, max picture size is 2 MB

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  • deemery
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    Originally posted by deemery View Post
    Westerfield XG and Amesville XB (in front of my 'car photo backdrop structure', which eventually I'll letter for Virginia Car & Foundry...)
    Still learning what the max size is for an attachment. Guess I'm used to the restrictions from the previous software...

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  • TRAINS1941
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    Looks great Dave. But why are the photo's so small??

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  • deemery
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    Westerfield XG and Amesville XB (in front of my 'car photo backdrop structure', which eventually I'll letter for Virginia Car & Foundry...)

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  • Michael_Hohn
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    Good job. Looks nice.

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  • Bill_Gill
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    Dave, I share your frustrations! But, for the moment I am basking in the satisfaction of finally being able to 1. See the forum instead of 403 FORBIDDEN, 2. Login 3. Post a comment and a photo!

    Nice coloring on that kit.

    Hang in there, as some wit said years back...'We're entering new territory where the hand of man has not set foot.'
    Last edited by Bill_Gill; 08-31-2021, 02:37 PM.

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  • deemery
    started a topic PRR XB kit

    PRR XB kit

    A quick project, Amesville Shops PRR XB, lettered Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne & Chicago (Lines West).

    In the tradition of "happy little accidents", I primed with Vallejo Red-Brown, and then oversprayed Vallejo Amarantha Red. That was thinned too much, and didn't cover very well. But that gave me a -great- weathered car siding look. I drybrushed Rail Brown on the bottom of the car and other places the overspray puddled, then "Future", decals, Newton & Windsor matte varnish. Finally a light application of Pan Pastel to tone down the lettering.

    dave
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