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Discussion in 'Layout Progress' started by NHY 581, 13 July 2020.
Bob on that Rob one of the best weathering jobs I’ve seen.
I don’t know what you said to Rob, but I’m glad to hear you were so persuasive!
We’re now all eagerly awaiting further developments.
And a BIG thank you from me too !
I'm glad you've not given up on O gauge Rob.
Lovely work on the wagon so far but I don't think we expected anything else
Here another interim image taken in natural light earlier today.
And one in not so natural light.....
Heres a couple of views of the other side. Better image tomorrow as these were taken in poor light..
A marvellous technique whatever the scale, Rob.
I’m not sure that the interior wood would still be brown/cream, Rob, rather than silvery-grey aged wood to be co-incident with the rust streaks from the bolt heads. Indeed, recollecting the wooden trailers I grew up with on a farm, the interior bolt heads seldom produced red rust stains in the hard wood, more usually dark rust stains. However, if that is based on a colour photo I would be very happy to be proved wrong - it does look interesting.
Not looking to prove anyone wrong. Life's too short. No reference was made to colour photos. This is my take based on the colouring of the wagon as supplied and was really done to see what I could do with a basic palette of weathering powders.
Still a bit to do but perhaps getting there now.