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    Video Weathering Tutorial - Leased Locomotive

    My latest video is up. This one is an N-Scale project - changing a Atlas Trainman Conrail GP15-1 into a leased unit.


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    It's nice to see a specific prototype used. Looking forward to part two!
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    Well, here's Part 2!


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    The weathered locomotives looks great!!! I like a lot.

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    Looks awesome!! How many hours do you think you have into this project? Thanks for sharing your techniques the outcome is great.

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    Sorry, I really missed this reply. I need to check the total recorded footage. I'd guess it represents 3-4 hours worth of work not including drying time.

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    Thanks for the videos John...very nicely done work and the end result is great
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