Working on a Gas Station from Fos Limited in 1:48 for my On30 railroad. Here is the storefront: READ MORE
Not much modeling done lately but I managed to build, paint and weather a couple of on30 cars! Here shown photographed in natural sunlight. READ MORE
As the title says, this is my first attempt at weathering an HO-car (1:87 scale). Really fun to work with such an big canvas compared to N-Scale (1:160 scale). More to come as I start a new adventure in HO! READ MORE
A small clip showcasing my 2-4-4 Forney steam engine in On30 1:48 scale with Tsunami sound.
The wobbling is just the rollers jerking around, the engine itself is balanced correctly.
I have just finished weathering an narrow gauge steam locomotie, Forney in On30 (1:48 scale) made from Bachmann. It’s a lovely little engine and will be featured in the next issue of the Swedish modeling magazine “Allt om Hobby”.
Finished this one in the middle of the night just before C4-Open in Malmoe, Sweden. I managed to shrink the vinyl tracks with a hair drier while drying the weathering pigments. So I had no choice but to throw together some link by link tracks from AFV-Club I had lying around. That was fun… 🙂
Weathered extensively with AK-Interactive stuff and the snow is Tamiya Powdered Snow. For a final effect I painted on a lot of AK-Interactives wet effect for creating that slouchy and icy appearance.
I know that the pictures might look a bit hard, but I actually decreased the contrast a lot to make it more life like. So the contrast under the right lightning is quite extreme on this model 🙂
Also notice how the tank is front heavy!
Hope you like it!
Update on my Jumbo. I belive the oils are done for now and time to move on to earth weathering with pigments and enamels. And after this, snow!
I started of with quite a bad shade of green but managed to get a more Olive Drab feel to it with lots and lots of oils and filters. Now I only need to paint a couple of more things before the decals will be applied.
Finally! The model is complete. I guess it turned out ok and as always I learned a lot to say the least.