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10 years 11 months ago #11295 by Alaska Railroader
Weathered models you'd swear were real! was created by Alaska Railroader
Watch this slide show and drool, better yet get some inspiration and try doing some on your Z items!
theweatheringshop.com/index.html

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10 years 11 months ago #11301 by David K. Smith
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For even more inspiration, this website features a number of expertly-weathered Z Scale models.

www.weatheringfactory.com/

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10 years 11 months ago #11303 by Gerd
David K. Smith wrote:

For even more inspiration, this website features a number of expertly-weathered Z Scale models.

www.weatheringfactory.com/


That's Tom Mann's webpage. For me THE weathering guru in Z. His book is my reference for the stuff I do.
Weathering larger scales is much easier to do, the easiest is 1:1...;-)

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10 years 11 months ago #11308 by David K. Smith
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Gerd wrote:

David K. Smith wrote:

For even more inspiration, this website features a number of expertly-weathered Z Scale models.

www.weatheringfactory.com/


That's Tom Mann's webpage. For me THE weathering guru in Z. His book is my reference for the stuff I do.
Weathering larger scales is much easier to do, the easiest is 1:1...;-)


Yes, that's Tom. I edited his book, and I'm helping him with a second edition. This one may include a DVD.

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10 years 11 months ago #11309 by Gerd
Cool, another book, I want one! :-)

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