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  • #61
    Something tells me that my own weathering attempts need to be improved drastically.
    Last edited by David_J_Buchholz; 01-31-2022, 08:17 AM.
    Home of the HOn3 North Coast Railroad, along the shores of Lake Ontario.

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    • #62

      Weathered boilers in the 'graveyard' ...

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      Karl.A
      Last edited by UKGuy; 01-26-2022, 07:31 PM.

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      • #63
        Various weathered wood siding...

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        Karl.A

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        • David_J_Buchholz
          David_J_Buchholz commented
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          Just amazing wood weathering Karl.. I'm surprised your town zoning department hasn't condemned it for occupancy yet!.

      • #64
        Very nicely done!

        Pete
        in Michigan

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        • #65
          Thanks Pete,
          I appreciate your comment.

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          • #66
            And we appreciate you showing all your fine work Karl. So much to learn from your posts .
            The wood-grain is most impressive
            Regards Rob

            Despite the cost of living, it's still popular

            My current build.

            https://railroad-line.com/node/40644

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            • #67
              Thanks so much Rob, it's great for me to read your comment.

              Weathered details ...

              because, sometimes it's the small things that matter...

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              Some of the amazing new 3D details available from SierraWest ...

              Karl.A
              Last edited by UKGuy; 01-27-2022, 09:33 PM.

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              • robert_goslin
                robert_goslin commented
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                True.  Without all the small details it wouldn't look right. Even if we don't always see them.
                You even do scale drinking straws.

            • #68
              My 1/144 scale U-Boat diorama. I scratchbuilt the dry-dock from MDF & balsa
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              And this one was at a NG convention a few years back.
              Just needs a bit of a polish.
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              I particualarly like the rusted through roof.
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              Regards Rob

              Despite the cost of living, it's still popular

              My current build.

              https://railroad-line.com/node/40644

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              • #69
                Amazing modeling by all.
                Thanks everyone for sharing your work.

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                • #70
                  Wow, lots of "Eye Candy" coming our way!

                  Bruce

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                  • #71
                    Barn roof.

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                    Bruce

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                    • #72
                      Weathering by the crew at the Sundance Central.

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                      • robert_goslin
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                        Everybody loves a swayback boxcar. I wonder which of the crew did this model ?

                      • Rick
                        Rick commented
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                        Rob, I don't remember who did the boxcar, but I think it might of been Dave.

                    • #73
                      Some more from Model Expo. Not trains.

                      TypeXXIII U-boat
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                      Arnold looking very battered, bruised & weathered
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                      Regards Rob

                      Despite the cost of living, it's still popular

                      My current build.

                      https://railroad-line.com/node/40644

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                      • #74
                        Now thats some great looking rust efects, on both of the sub models.
                        The Arnie bust is great but really needs a red LED on the eye to finish it off.
                        Some great and enjoyable modelling to see.

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                        • #75
                          Thanks Karl. The prototype type XXIII subs are only a small coastal sub. The one I did was only 9.5" long
                          Full build here. I really enjoyed the research I did for that model. https://railroad-line.com/node/40031

                          The one at model expo was quiet a large model, from memory, about 1m long so probably the Bronco models 1/35 version.

                          The Arnie bust may have had a LED, but may have just been turned off. I have seen other ones with a LED eye. Certainly superb painting.
                          Regards Rob

                          Despite the cost of living, it's still popular

                          My current build.

                          https://railroad-line.com/node/40644

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