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 Posted: Sun Aug 24th, 2008 02:55 pm
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Bob,members,et al, a how to on useing an airbrush i can do,as for weathering i have never tried it so must leave that to those that have,
there are so many techniques it is really a matter of practise on scrap card or board
one tip i can give is test the mix on glass,if it goes on that it will do go on any surface.
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 Posted: Sun Aug 24th, 2008 04:05 pm
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owen69 wrote:  a how to on useing an airbrush i can do,

Offer accepted Owen, many thanks.:D:D:D:D

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 Posted: Sun Aug 24th, 2008 04:34 pm
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Owen - don't waste valuable time asking - just do it !!! :cool:

Yes please (from us all I imagine !!) :roll::roll::roll:



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Me too, now I know what to "advise" interested family members (aka SWMBO)

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i  offered to do a how to use an airbrush,well i dont need to,in the index under A is
the very good lesson site i used myself, please try it yourselves,much better than i can show you!!
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i also mentioned the use of white spirit with acrylics+emulsions,
the index as that article in it too.

note to all please USE THE INDEX Bob put it there for us all !!
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owen69 wrote: i also mentioned the use of white spirit with acrylics+emulsions,
the index as that article in it too.

note to all please USE THE INDEX Bob put it there for us all !!
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Not so Owen, we were just responding to your offer. :sad:

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Les wrote: Not so Owen, we were just responding to your offer. :sad:

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yes i know Les, i am just as bad i forgot the index too.
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done a quick video of the 37 with the rake of sealion wagons. the clouds in the background are done with an airbrush and i would never be able to achieve this with a brush. the vid is a bit blurry close up but this my camera struggling with focus.


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Nice to see the loco and sealions running you need a shark Guards van at the back now

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Superb, that is amazingly realistic.:shock:

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That looks the part, Matt. Nice one.

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Matt that was really good liked the sound too,execelant.
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Matt -that looks great.  Love the slow running - a real treat rather than seeing them galloping round the track like a mad thing.  Is that because it's DCC or is it just the ability of the loco ?

Also - great clouds - airbrush her I come !!! :roll::roll:



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Brilliant stuff,Matt.....and thats from someone who's a died-in-the-wool steam fanatic.
Once you've got your scenery done,I think its going to be hard to distinguish from the prototype!

Cheers,John.B.

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Petermac wrote: Matt -that looks great.  Love the slow running - a real treat rather than seeing them galloping round the track like a mad thing.  Is that because it's DCC or is it just the ability of the loco ?

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Petermac, from my experience with diesels that have good mechanisms like most modern units, a good DC controller works just as well as DCC, it is just that DCC offers more than just slow running  such as lights when stationary & sound.

I do think DCC is better for steam as the mechanics are different.

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Really enjoyed that, Matt! As others have said, great slow speed.



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Sol wrote: Petermac wrote: Matt -that looks great.  Love the slow running - a real treat rather than seeing them galloping round the track like a mad thing.  Is that because it's DCC or is it just the ability of the loco ?

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Petermac, from my experience with diesels that have good mechanisms like most modern units, a good DC controller works just as well as DCC, it is just that DCC offers more than just slow running  such as lights when stationary & sound.

I do think DCC is better for steam as the mechanics are different.

Thanks Sol - good job my stock is mainly steam :roll: although, as I'm doing end of steam/early diesel and have a cross-breed of DC / DCC, I'm going to have to learn how to chip the DC ones !!:shock::shock:



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