Ian Dove Flintlock57
A few pics of some of my rolling stock and locos from Domaba IMG_2808.jpg  IMG_2809.jpg  IMG_2810.jpg  IMG_2801.jpg  IMG_2802.jpg  IMG_2803.jpg  IMG_2804.jpg  IMG_2811.jpg  IMG_2812.jpg  IMG_2849.jpg  IMG_2850.jpg  IMG_2853.jpg  IMG_2934.jpg  IMG_2940.jpg  IMG_2942.jpg  IMG_2943.jpg  IMG_2944.jpg  IMG_3259.jpg  IMG_3260.jpg  IMG_3261.jpg  IMG_3262.jpg  IMG_3263.jpg  IMG_3265.jpg  IMG_3266.jpg  IMG_3267.jpg  IMG_3268.jpg  IMG_3269.jpg  IMG_3270.jpg  IMG_3271.jpg 
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Ian Dove Flintlock57
Had a bit of a fire in a siding IMG_3379.jpg  IMG_3380.jpg  IMG_3381.jpg 
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Ian Dove Flintlock57
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Bunkerbarge
There is a lot of work there.  I like the differences between some heavily weathered examples and some more controlled applications.
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Ian Dove Flintlock57
Bunkerbarge wrote:
There is a lot of work there.  I like the differences between some heavily weathered examples and some more controlled applications.


Thankyou
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AHJAY
The fire example is especially nice.

It clearly helps to be in an area where the accidental burning of things is a seasonal fact of life because with the variety of surface textures, subtle distortions caused by heat and clear "fire has patially consumed the edges of this bit" look on some areas of the model's detail... its very convincing! Great modelling!

regards

AHJAY
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Jaz Avalley JazAvalley
 love the heavily weathered rolling stock, and the cloth draped over, nice work.

Jaz Avalley

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Ian Dove Flintlock57
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