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Warkworth Harbour ( a Blyth & Tyne might have been).


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20 hours ago, luke the train spotter said:

The planning effect on that wagon is excellent! The sense of scale you get from the staithes is pretty immense too.

Thanks for that, for the wagon,

  • Distress lettering with wire brush
  • Give a wash of a lighter shade of the original paint,
  • Micro paint and add any new planks and rust on iron work, I use burnt umber
  • Wash with Tamiya German grey wipe off 
  • Black ink wash.

 

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Ian this is a lovely layout you ate building. That's trestle work is amazing nicely modelled. 

The stone walls through the layout is spot on. What base colour did you paint the stonework and did you finish it off with a dark wash.👍

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23 hours ago, Kevin Johnson said:

Ian this is a lovely layout you ate building. That's trestle work is amazing nicely modelled. 

The stone walls through the layout is spot on. What base colour did you paint the stonework and did you finish it off with a dark wash.👍

The walls are Slater's 7mm. I sprayed them with Halford's grey primer (rattle can), then painted with Vallejo Tan Yellow, finished off with a wash of Citadel Nulin Oil. I hope that is useful, It's quick and easy! Thanks for the kind words, much appreciated,

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