It took a while to find this video. Finally some paint applications. Do practice on a piece of paper, card board box and/or junk train car... before painting the actual model. Not to worry if it doesn't go well the first time. After all it's a learning curve. [video=youtube;m8Is0oEWG7s]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m8Is0oEWG7s&list=PL9A794FDD02ED93A0&index= 2[/video] I'm kind of approaching this subject backwards. In painting anything, anyway you wish, prepping the item you want to paint is just as important as the actual paint job. [video=youtube;CB0mS0eg6_o]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CB0mS0eg6_o[/video] Courtesy of: Model Railroad VLog: Putting Scenery on the Interchange: Part 15 Thebige61's Model Railroad Video Blog Uploaded on Dec 28, 2008 http://modelrr.oakviewresources.com/ Part 15: This is a multi-part blog where I do some track work and put scenery on the interchange section of my model railroad. I continue putting together the Walthers ADM grain elevator. In this part I start prepping it for painting.