Two More Cabooses

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  1. TomPM

    TomPM Another Fried Egg Fan

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    Well I finally finished the last two cabooses.

    Here is the Chessie:

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    Athearn Wide Vision Caboose Chessie System (5369)
    Kadee # 27 couplers

    Platform: Apple Barrel Kings Gold (20760)
    Ladders & Railing: Folk Art Glazed Carrots (741) mixed with Americana Burnt Sienna

    Undercarriage
    Paint: Folk Art Charcoal Gray (613)

    Weathering
    Drybrush: Folk Art Charcoal Gray (613)
    Wash: Folk Art Charcoal Gray (613) 2 parts; Folk Art Licorice (938) 1 part; thinned 5:1 with blue windshield washer fluid
    Sealer: Testors Dullcoat

    Wheels
    Paint: Americana Burnt Sienna, Folk Art Aspaltum (476)

    Trucks
    Paint: Folk Art Charcoal Gray (613)
    Drybrush: Americana Burnt Sienna, Folk Art Aspaltum (476)
  2. TomPM

    TomPM Another Fried Egg Fan

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    Here is the Western Maryland

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    MDC/Roundhouse 26’ Steel NE Style Caboose Western Maryland Circus Scheme (03576)
    Kadee # 27 couplers

    Platform and Steps: Apple Barrel Red Apple (20784)
    Ladders & Railing: Apple Barrel Kings Gold (20760)

    Undercarriage
    Paint: Folk Art Licorice (938)

    Weathering
    Drybrush: Folk Art Charcoal Gray (613)
    Wash: Folk Art Charcoal Gray (613) 2 parts; Folk Art Licorice (938) 1 part; thinned 5:1 with blue windshield washer fluid
    Sealer: Testors Dullcoat

    Wheels
    Paint: Americana Burnt Sienna, Folk Art Aspaltum (476)

    Trucks
    Paint: Folk Art Charcoal Gray (613)
    Drybrush: Americana Burnt Sienna, Folk Art Aspaltum (476)
  3. jmarksbery

    jmarksbery Active Member

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    :wave: Ya know Tom, a good run through the wash at the yard wouldn't hurt, ya gotta put them LPB's to work. :p
    Great job my friend. :thumb: :thumb: Jim