(F) Hiltz' Gn30 Wagons

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(F) Hiltz' Gn30 Wagons

Postby AndyA » Wed Mar 07, 2012 10:44 am

John is still having problems posting these pictures. We'll get there eventually, but meanwhile, for your delectation, a couple of tasty morsels.

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I'm looking forward to hearing more.

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Postby Hiltz » Wed Mar 07, 2012 11:28 am

Thanks Andy. These are some mine skips in Gn30 scale I have been working on for a small switching layout. All information (drawings, dimensions, photos) was found online. I have also just finished a small scratchbuilt critter Ill try and get posted soon. Thanks again Andy for the help.

John

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Postby AndyA » Sat Mar 10, 2012 9:52 am

Here are the wagons 'tipped', and a rather fine critter ...

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Hiltz comments: "The loco sits on an old AHM Plymouth switcher loco. I used the salt technique for the rusted effect with drybrushing and washes to bring out the details."

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