Minerva Iron Mink

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platelayer
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Minerva Iron Mink

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I have just been practicing my weathering on an Iron Mink Van. I have been using Lifecolor Liquid Pigments sets,
Trains and Tracks, Rust Wizard and Dust and Rust, two of the sets come with a remover solution if your not happy with the results!
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I think that looks terrific. They’re nice wagons aren’t they.
Nurse, the screens!
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Walkingthedog wrote: Sat Apr 03, 2021 4:24 pm I think that looks terrific. They’re nice wagons aren’t they.
Yes, I think there better than the blue box company ones ;) There prices are very fair too.
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Someone has been playing in the mud. Well done.
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Nicely subtle - good job. Im partial to a bit of rust and grime.
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I have an improvised gunpowder van i have just weathered to photograph, when i can get outside in the sunshine!
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