Weathering with oil paint

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Something of interest, is the fact that only three people have shown interest in these videos: Hobbytronics, Greg@mnrr and myself. Is this the sum total of the people who think weathering is important to the hobby?
it is possible to show interest without replying ...
i lightly weather all stock before using regularly, light because of time frame, 1890
 

NP2626

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#22
How do you "Show Interest" without replying? It is possible to be interested, without replying. However, those carrying the conversation will never know; or, have any idea that there is any interest in the subject!
 
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Greg@mnrr

Section Hand
#23
Mark: I want to use the DullKote between layers of the oils to prevent the underlying oils to be affected by the top layer when doing streaking or other effects. Besides I like the smell of DullKote in the morning!!!

Greg
 

NP2626

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#24
Greg: Like I said, we all have our own ways of doing things and I hope you can see that I'm really just funnin' you!
 

Greg@mnrr

Section Hand
#26
I'm really getting into weathering with oils and the processes to make a great looking model are actually simple to use. Here's a video that has a covered hopper being weathered.


Greg
 

NP2626

Well-Known Member
#27
Greg, Haven't viewed all of it; but, again, it appears to show a really complete method of using oils to weather, Thanks!
 





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