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 Posted: Tue Jul 16th, 2019 07:09 pm
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I'm impressed, really!






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As always, your layout is amazing and inspiring.

Nice loki's Bob!






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Making a bit more progress on the new engines. 

The motor mechanisms are now complete. 
Will need to weather, add engineers and install radio gear. 
Hard part is done. 

Fleet of steam now totals seven.


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Oh oh, now that you have 7 steam engines and a grip of diesels,

it may be time to add a bigger engine facility.






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That's really great modeling. 

Thanks for sharing.






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 Posted: Sat Jul 20th, 2019 01:56 pm
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Beautiful little lokies. Very nice.
Maybe you need several more to keep up with the traffic?

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Bob,

I am curious as to what you use to paint your engines.


I've used Grimy Black, Engine Black and Flat Black over the years,

but I really like what you are using.


Thanks, Dave L.


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Initial coat of rattle can flat black, Model Masters.
 
I then apply artists acrylic white diluted with water by brush,
and wipe off/dab off with paper towel to achieve mottled grayish color. 
I do a little at a time. 

Then I apply raw and burnt sienna artists acrylic with small brush,
to add rusty highlights and streaks. 

Really quite easy and quick. 

When done I spray with Dullcote.




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Thanks.

The results are great!

Regards, Dave L.


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Can you tell us about that Model T in the background?

Is it a kit or a die-cast?

Thanks.

Regards, Dave L.


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