That was easy to post ! The big blank space below was a duplicate post , sorry.
Stupidly easy picture posting was one of the main reasons I switched to this software.
I finished this car a couple of weeks ago . It’s a JSDX gondola and the car is going to remain brand new , all nice and shinny . The green AEX car however will be banged up a little and I will be giving it the “hairspray” weathering technique .
Thanks Bob , it is alot easier than the old way.
Since I just figured out how to post pictures , here are some more pictures of a car I did awhile back but didn’t post anything about it. The older “opera window” centerbeam car.
This space is a duplicate of the above photo’s .
Those are models?!?
Thanks Cliff ! I’m hoping to one day take all my stuff to RLD’s open house . Just have to get a couple of loco’s battery powered but right now it isn’t in the budget.
i miss the build logs, i learned alot from them
thanks for sharing!
Thanks John , I’m going to be doing 2 more of the AEX cars so i’ll do a build log for those now that I know how to post pictures.
Excellent work as always …
Thanks Mr. Rooster .
You need to look up Mike’s videos on Youtube. His railroad is amazing. There are photo angles that combine his modeling/weathering skill with an amazingly realistic setting to the point that it’s nearly impossible to tell it’s a model
Cliff , or Mike , what is the YouTube channel name?
Here’s what I found - Mike Dorsch YouTube
thanks Jon , Pete my you tube channel is todus2 . I’ll have to post more video’s this year as soon as the weather gets better around here.
That’s the one I couldn’t find! There is one with your full name, as mentioned above, but it only has two videos and one of them the aspect ratio got buggered. I used to be a subscriber to todus2, but that was with a work email . I lost all my subscriptions when I quit that job
Ive seen the debris car up here hauling wood shavings from sawmills to the paper mill. Full of wood chips with a net covering the top.
Hi John , I did the netting over the load too. My wife picked up this veil fabric from Hobby Loddy a few years ago for me. Still have alot of it for future loads.