MODELING It's a Special Labor Day Long Weekend 2021: Weekend Modeling Plans

Jim Wiggin Sep 3, 2021

  1. logging loco

    logging loco TrainBoard Supporter

    You could try light washes in the mortar lines then dry brush hilights on the bricks.
    Craft acrylics could be wiped off while still wet if you don't like the look.
    BNSF FAN and in2tech like this.
  2. Bookbear1

    Bookbear1 TrainBoard Supporter

    Saturday, I will be working on my presentation for the PSR-NMRA convention in Santa Ana/Irvine, the Orange Blossom Special. Running some trains on the small layout (larger one is in storage at the moment, will come back out sometime in October) if there's time. Family company for lunch Sunday, then packing for the convention on Monday. Will leave mid-day Tuesday.

    Shameless self-promotion: if you are going to the convention, stop by my session on Thursday at 1 pm in the Monarch 1 room and say hi! My session is on the the Budd RDC cars and the WP' 'Zypherette' service.
  3. Grey One

    Grey One TrainBoard Supporter

    4:30AM Monday
    Got the paint down and realized it is too dark. Will lighten remaining paint and try again.
    Got track down and am pleased with how it all fits.
    Ran my Kato steeple cab with one boxcar. Her name is, 'Little One' after a short dear friend of mine. She, (the steeple cab), derailed on a glob of glue but the boxcar didn't so it took extra time to determine cause. Of course, I *should* have run my fingers over it right away. Sigh.

    Might do a test cardstock today.
    Maybe I'll just run train back and forth or repaint parts.

    Note: I only have 2/4ths of the benchwork so I'm practicing scenery on this portion. Besides, this portion is obscured by the way-way-to-big-TV aka: WWTBTV.
    I have to wait for the future brother in-law to build the rest of the 'flat pack' cabinets.
    BoxcabE50, SP-Wolf and BNSF FAN like this.
  4. Mark St Clair

    Mark St Clair TrainBoard Member

    logging loco,

    Check out my post for September 20th Modeling Accomplishments. Pictures of my solution.

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