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 Posted: Thu Oct 6th, 2016 06:41 am
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Hi Martin,
Others on here have already said it better than I can - Great work - suitably cruddy, but still very serviceable. Your system is too busy earning money to worry about being pretty. :2t:

I'm not sure what that tanker is hauling, but I don't think it would be a good idea smoking while standing anywhere near it :w:

Again great work & very well weathered :glad::glad::bow::bow::bow:

Question does 2 YAAY's and 3 genuflects = 5 Moosies? It should...

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 Posted: Fri Oct 7th, 2016 03:58 am
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Martin;

Once again you've outdone yourself with these models.

The B&O Boxcar is fantastic. The tank car... may well be the best weathered model I've ever seen.

Thank you for sharing.



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 Posted: Thu Oct 20th, 2016 10:42 pm
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Thanks guys !!

Enjoyed a trainshow in Belgium last weekend, De 8e Grote Modelspoorexpo 2016 at Leuven was a big succes with good layouts. Enjoyed the 2 days working on some cars and showing my weathering techniques presenting the products of Ammo by Mig to these train guys. Specialy the enamel washes are quit unknown to them and most spectators where stunned by the use and how easy they are to work with. For the rest no pictures but I did receive some Belgian diesels from a forum member to weather. Planning some nice photo shoots and some articles around them. Searching for some good prototype pictures right now..



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Hi martin,
I'm looking forward to what you do with these. :2t:



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Incredible , superb Martin. Well done !.

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Marty, have a look here for the 62 series
and here for the 59 series photos

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Thanks Helmut !



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It has been a while since I posted something about progress on the Gmhs 53 boxcar. Well it's almost finished now after a lot of filters, oil shading , grime, streaks and dust.Still need some grease on the axle bearing pods and a bit of rust on the suspension but for the rest I'm pretty satisfied with the result, dirty and dusty but not rotten.









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The wagons have come up nicely Martin.



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Your weathering work is outstanding Martin.



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