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    Default JC's Riptrack - a new YouTube Channel Dedicated to Painting & Weathering

    Hi Everyone,

    I thought I'd share the new YouTube Channel that I've created that is a dedicated how to guide for painting and weathering rollingstock, locomotives, or anything else on your layout. My personal scale is N-Scale, which means that a reasonable amount of what's going to be shown is techniques I use on my own cars. That having been said, the videos will also have some HO-scale from some commissions that I've done. They hopefully help me demonstrate the techniques regardless of the scale.

    Anyway, I now have two videos up. The first one, which outlines a process that one can use is here:


    I'll post the second video in the reply to this one.

    I'd appreciate any feedback, or input on ideas of what I can do for future videos. The first nine are pretty much mapped out, but there's lots of different topics. Someone has already suggested a video on how to weather black railcars or locomotives.

    Let me know what you think.

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    Since I can only include one video per thread, here's the link to the playlist in my YouTube Channel. The second video is also in there, and as I do more, I will add more to this.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n3Ox...SlN3xfnzh4cDW1

    Again, feedback would be greatly appreciated!

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    I've posted the third video, detailing step #2...
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M8Dr9AsK9Ic

    Slowly getting there. I will eventually get to chipping and rust, but I still have fading & pin-washes before that...

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    Good stuff! Sub'bed.
    Radon Gulch & Tortilla Flats Railway - the 'Good Gas' line! - a minor division of the Santa Fe Southern Railway Co. "Dust, gas and a lot of rocky stuff...

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    Perfect! I am just getting into this, timing couldn't have been better!

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    Glad to help. More videos are coming I'm trying to get one out per week...

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    I pushed the schedule again. Ideally I'd like to get these out Thursday-Friday of each week, but I'm still working on timing. Here's the latest video that involves fading without an airbrush.


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    Moving on to Step 4... I'm now halfway through the process... This one looks at how washes can be used to bring out detail, and this time specifically gets into using oils/enamels to get the job done.


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