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Been looking over "dirty" 100 ton tanker pictures!

so ive made start on my fleet of BP tankers...

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Been weathering up and adding track grime to my oil tanker fleet..

Few more pictures,ive roughly done ten so far...

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Ive been busy with new projects which ile update on here this week..

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Another new update here,

Ive now made burnt out railfreight brake van for extra siding detail/diorama...

 

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Been using these colours below in the pictures mixed together and the lightly airbrushing

my V tankers...

Pleased how these are turning out..

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Been filling in "rust" patches on these V tankers with "2" Humbrol paint brush...

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My finished "burnt out" brake van now set in its own diorama on the layout...

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On ‎02‎/‎08‎/‎2016 at 03:24, stevescan said:

Really excellent work Neil.

Thanks Stevescan for your kindness sir..

Heres few dogfish wagons im working on at the mo..

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I am very impressed with your burnt out brake van body, however IMHO all your hard work is let down by the buffer beam area.

I would remove the obvious mould line and replace the horrible lump of plastic that is supposed to be a coupling hook with an etched or cast hook and plate fitted with three links.

 

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On ‎18‎/‎03‎/‎2019 at 09:26, Gordon A said:

I am very impressed with your burnt out brake van body, however IMHO all your hard work is let down by the buffer beam area.

I would remove the obvious mould line and replace the horrible lump of plastic that is supposed to be a coupling hook with an etched or cast hook and plate fitted with three links.

 

Gordon A

Im prity happy how this looks Gordon A,and its static burnt out brake van so wont be getting moved by any locos.

Just added diorama for railway siding..

 

thanks neil..

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Been "rusting" up more wagons and light weathering...

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Few more now with added loads..

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Been busy drawing on graffiti ready for painting..

ile be using Humbrol paints for this task,very fine brushes..

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Carefully painting in by hand the graffiti...:good_mini:

Helps with fine brush and thinned out paint...

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Few more updates from the EWS hta hoppers..

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On ‎19‎/‎07‎/‎2019 at 08:52, Andrew Cockburn said:

Nice weathering jobs there, while the burnt-out brake van really looks the part!:D

Thanks Andrew I enjoyed making the burnt out brake van for little diorama in siding...

 

 

many thanks neil..

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Been adding weathering and over top graffiti to these Dutch seacows...

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Been at it again!!

making another burnt out brake van,

this one wil go on the sidings on Colmore TMD...

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Ive lightly airbrushed these flasks,now going over them with dry brush sooty finish...

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Little more dry brush weathering done on the flasks..

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Ive now made open/close flask wagon for my DRS loading layout...

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