weathering decals


Tony Thompson
 

Something that is used by many modern-era freight car modelers, but seems unknown to most steam-era modelers, and of which I was only vaguely aware until Collinsville last month, is decal weathering for all kinds of streaking, from gray and black to rust. I bought a set of Weathering Solutions decals at Collinsville and have tried them out, leading to a blog post about the results. If you're interested, here is a link to that post:

http://modelingthesp.blogspot.com/2017/07/using-weathering-solutions-decals.html


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Tim O'Connor
 

Tony

Excellent! I've wondered about those decals - I agree they are mostly for post-1960
modelers but clearly they work very well.

Tim O'Connor



      Something that is used by many modern-era freight car modelers, but seems unknown to most steam-era modelers, and of which I was only vaguely aware until Collinsville last month, is decal weathering for all kinds of streaking, from gray and black to rust. I bought a set of Weathering Solutions decals at Collinsville and have tried them out, leading to a blog post about the results. If you're interested, here is a link to that post:

http://modelingthesp.blogspot.com/2017/07/using-weathering-solutions-decals.html

Tony Thompson