here is a photo of my LMS Jubilee 4-6-0 Australia.
I weathered it using the water I used for cleaning my water based paints.
I made the its livery dirty as it would have appeared just after nationalisation.
It would have been repainted in BR liverythe next time it went to the workshop.
“Al, Every bodies tips have been very helpful.
We are building a layout of our own. Currently working on a mountain.
I used scrap plywood, screen ,spray foam ,spackle and some camouflage paint.
Trains will run on it and through it.
Thanks for your Emails I enjoy getting them,
Phil Lacy and Family”
I enjoy your website and daily tips tremendously.
I am developing an N-Scale U.S. Civil war era layout incorporating a river abutting a military loading dock facility.
In the past I’ve used clear resin to simulate ponds, streams, etc, but this is the first time I’ll be using water as a major element in the layout.
Please see the picture below, which I obtained from an online hobby shop. Can you or your readers offer any advice on how to recreate these realistic wave patterns using resin?
Can anyone help out Jeff?
That’s all for today folks.
Please do keep ’em coming.
And if you want to make that start – just like Jeff and all the others did – the Beginner’s Guide is here.