37 results found for 'Martyn Welch'
A polarity paradox revisited
Issue 118 (2000)
Peter Squibb's amended drawing omitted from the corresponding article in MRJ No. 117
Airbrushes - the inside view
Issue 159 (2005)
Catalogues and product surveys can only tell you so much. When push comes to shove, there's nothing like the word-of-mouth verdict of someone who knows what they're talking about. Six well-known modellers explain the whys and wherefores of their particular choice of airbrush.
Issue 108 (1999)
Weathering a GWR 7mm model built by Tony Reynalds.
GWR 3300 'Bulldog' class 4-4-0
Issue 124 (2001)
If you don't have the time to create a complex diorama for displaying your models, Martyn Welch offers this simple idea as an alternative.
Done and rusted...
Issue 162 (2005)
Having added vast quantities of extra detail to his Scale Seven J15, Martyn Welch brings it to life with all manner of physical weathering effects - from gentle wafts of paint and powder to direct physical assault with knives and chemicals.
Issue 119 (2000)
Martyn Welch takes a brief admiring look at a top-of-the-range 7mm coach.
GNR 61ft 6in brake composite dia 218A from George Pring's 7mm Kemilway range
Former Editor's Update
Issue 197 (2010)
Martyn Welch describes what he has been up to in the 6 years since finishing his stint as editor of MRJ, with some photos of locomotives and stock he has weathered.
Issue 40 (1990)
Martyn Welch describes his superb recreation of the Southern Region of his childhood - quite simply, the finest 7mm layout we have ever seen.
Issue 79 (1995)
Martyn Welch stumbles into deeper undergrowth.
Using teddy bear fur fabric to recreate long grass.
Man the Pumps!
Issue 95 (1997)
A review of Classic Commercials garage accessories models in 7mm.