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Dapol O Gauge 14xx No. 1444


Mick Bonwick

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Almost there now. Some MIG Dark Mud pigment has been used to indicate the beginnings of surface corrosion on the chimney, and some Gunmetal metallic pigment has been used to indicate the beginnings of shiny handrail portions in the most used areas. Small amounts are crucial to the success of this type of effect. All pigment applications were done with a filbert brush.

 

Only one more day to go.

 

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Looking very effective Mr.B

 

I do like using the MIG products and only need minuscule amounts to be effective too.

 

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I can see I need to finally get a few MIG powders and have a tinker. 

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