Weathering the BR18 466

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Yep! This is my new project. ;)


A paintwork on this great model by Mârklin. The scale is HO (1/87)


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Even with the small amount of weathering that you have done there is a remarkable difference.
 

monica

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agree with Ralph,you can see the change already with it,will look forward to seeing this one, :D
 

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That's a very nice looking loco polux.
 

monica

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looks great Polux,just the right amount of weathering,tones down the color andadds the detail,more real like the look of it very well done. :D
 

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That looks great Polux.
 

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the boat and baithouse sign in the background really does add a lot to hte scene, and the train looks fantastic
 
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