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Discussion in 'Photos & Videos' started by Casey Feedwater, Jan 8, 2004.
The old water tank is still serviceable enough to supply water to the machine shop's boiler.
Beautiful work, Casey!
Your weathering, as always, is exquisite!
It's all in the chalks...
Mike I've seen your work alot and never get tired of seeing your great workmanship. I bought some Bragoden(spelling)powders and am not all that excited with the way it adheres,they say it it should stick to just about everything and I find that not to be the case. Any experience or tips for using these? Pat
Another terrific model Mike!
Pat, I can't help you with this one. I have never bought or tried the Bragdon weathering stuff and really don't know much about it. I use Rembrandt chalks - mostly the earth tones - and an #2 red sable round brush for most of my weathering.
Again, thanks for the nice words, everyone.
Mike shame on you! You know better than to post a picture of the prototype and try to pass it off as a model!!!!!!!