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Crosti 9F #2 - Time to get down and dirty


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So '23 is resplendent in ex-works shiny black

 

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Just the plates to fit, then off to Roomey for weathering.

 

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Narrow Planet's work, painted with white enamel, left 24 hours, overpainted with matt black acrylic and immediately wiped off with a finger. Note two sets - the ones for '021 are for the similar version I am building for a member of this parish at the same time.

 

Roomey's going to be busy as that's two Crosti 9Fs and my Hornby O1 to deliver to him at the Doncaster show.

 

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and here's '23 (with '21 in the background on my ELH Bogies paperweight) in grey primer, you can see the detail better :)

 

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Beautiful looking model there Ian, all set for some tasteful weathering.

 

Is that a GOLD BAR under the painted plates, another little side line you got going.

 

 

Regards

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I wish! it's really an Ikea worktop lit by a fluorescent desk lamp - the same surface that the loco is photoed sitting on.

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Personally, I can't wait until they are weathered, Can't stand the glossy finish. I would normally have not posted a pic unless a good few coats of satin varnish had been applied, but as these are going straight to Roomey for weathering it was not worth the time and cost of doing it. 

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