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Gerry Leone shares some tips for weathering model railroad paint to look like your cars and reefers have years of hard service on them - using salt!
Model Railroad Academy saved to Weathering
A beginners guide to finishing scale models.
FineScale Modeler saved to Modeling For Beginners
IMO, airbrushing a squiggle pattern randomly over a kit still looks too uniform, regardless of how ‘random’ you try to make it. … And it takes too bloody long on a large kit such as a 1/32 Ju-88! Enter the Scotch Brite masking technique which came about after I had been looking at pro airbrushing...
robin ramsay saved to 1/32 A-6 Intruder
How to Airbrush for beginners, a guide. Teaching you everything you need to know about using an airbrush. Whether painting Warhammer 40k miniatures, Cosplay ...
Sherry Hermreck saved to ARt sTUdiOs
A tutorial on using graphite powder to create a metallic finish on models.
I get asked a lot how I make my bushes on my model railways. Here's my short but fiddly technique.
Caboose saved to Structures
I've just uploaded a new video tutorial to Youtube, this time going into more depth on the Hairspray Technique for chipping paint on models. The Hairspray Technique It's such a simple technique, with such dramatic and realistic results. You'll never paint a rusty piece of metal again in quite the same way, and it works just as well for chipped paint on worn areas on tanks, handrails, etc. Check it out. You will be surprised at just how simple it is. Video tutorial: The Hairspray Technique…
Matthew Stahlecker saved to Diorama ideas
Add flight-time wear and tear to your models without using an airbrush
Joseph Lo saved to Model Building
Watch a master modeler show you how to photo-etch your own custom parts and solder them together.
Donavan Wistos saved to shop tech