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    Default Many weathering jobs (N scale Virginian, Santa F and some freelance H0n30)

    Hello guys, first post ever on here.

    Id like to share an online album featuring some of my weatering job on many N scale cars and some H0n30.

    I hope you enjoy. Let me know what you think.

    https://adobe.ly/2HLxqhu

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    Welcome aboard, also very cool what you did with lightroom there. Love the work

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    Wow , that is some of the best weathering I have ever seen and trhat's including larger scales , what fantastic jobs . I think I speak for us all when I say we'd love to see a thread ( or more ) on how you did these.
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    @alexleao

    Moose bid you hearty welcome to the greatest wee n scale forum on the interweb!

    Fantastic weathering! Now you've done it -- you'll have to do a thread on your methods.
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    Can only echo the other comments, especially a thread on how you do what you do. I am still learning how to weather so (for me at least) it would be invaluable.
    Cheers Tony

    "Knowing what to do is one thing ... being able to do it is another"

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    Welcome aboard. I love to see weathered rolling stock. Let me be the next in line to ask for a tutorial thread, those are always fascinating.
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    Welcome and very nice job on the weathering.

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    Thank you guys for the kind words.

    Well, now I need to organize some tutorials!

    Let me shot some pics and videos and I'll soon post my method. It's pretty easy if you have artist oils and some patience.

    Thank you again.

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    Shooting some tutorial video sounds like it might be a lot of work... if it's easier for ya, you could just sell all those VGN hoppers to ME, then I don't have to do my own!

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    Whoa @Alexieao
    Amazing work! Thank you and looking forward to your tutorials.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WP&P View Post
    Shooting some tutorial video sounds like it might be a lot of work... if it's easier for ya, you could just sell all those VGN hoppers to ME, then I don't have to do my own!

    Lol, your suggestion is not only easier, it's more lucrative

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