The inaugural video of JC’s Riptrack appropriately tackles the basic question of “Where do I start?” when it comes to making weathered model trains from factory-painted models. This video introduces a process that can help one get started in weathering model trains, but is transferable to almost any form of modelling. #model #weathering #painting
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1/72 Scale X-wing Fighter kit by Bandai
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FAQ2 by Mig Jiminez
Music: “Engine No. 9” by Les Hooper
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