Speckle Spray Paint

Discussion in 'FAQs' started by MasonJar, Mar 12, 2003.

  1. Gary Pfeil

    Gary Pfeil Active Member

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    Thanks again Val, I posted some very crude drawings of the track plan in the Trackplanning section under a thread called "Thoughts behind the design of the JGL" As I explain there, I drew those drawings while eating lunch in my car, then used my camera to get them posted, I didn't have a scanner then. They'll give you a basic idea of the plan, the staging areas look confusing, it is a rather complex layout. Check it out.
  2. aartwmich

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    Nice bridge Gary, I also admire your attention to detail and the tenacity it takes to acheive it.

    Umm...excuse me, but what does 'nbw' mean?
  3. Gary Pfeil

    Gary Pfeil Active Member

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    Thanks aartwmich, that would be nut, bolt, washer.

    Gary
  4. philip

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    that spray stuff

    I have this modeler friend who used that spray on a Walther's Light House. He used the spray on the tower and it looks like stucco! The model turned out really nice.

    philip:)
  5. gerry m

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    Fleckstone Paint

    Here is my use of this material in my yard area. Acrylic wash applied on top.

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  6. gerry m

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    Fleckstone Paint II

    Fleckstone paint with acrylic wash in my yard area with the track glued down (see Speckle Spray Paint thread)...

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