Revisiting an Old Terrain Piece [Video]

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Abwehrschlacht
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Revisiting an Old Terrain Piece [Video]

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New year, new video. In this one, I revisit an old terrain piece and see if I can rescue it.

https://youtu.be/xbEb9fy1rCg

CarlL
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Re: Revisiting an Old Terrain Piece [Video]

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Abwehrschlacht,
This seems to take you to painting 6mm French Napoleonics. Not an old terrain piece? Or did I miss something?
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Abwehrschlacht
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Re: Revisiting an Old Terrain Piece [Video]

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I just clicked and it took me straight to the video, maybe try this link: https://youtu.be/xbEb9fy1rCg

CarlL
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Re: Revisiting an Old Terrain Piece [Video]

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Thank you Abwehrschlacht,
the second link you provided took me straight there!
Wow what savage surgery to the old model. The latter must have been well constructed to survive that cutting and handling!
Great use of the (pressed or blown?) brickwork sheet to add life to the original, along with your other additions.
Do you have a list of your resources and their sources for each re-build, somewhere on your site?
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Re: Revisiting an Old Terrain Piece [Video]

Post by Abwehrschlacht »

Cheers Carll, yeah the old model was quite robust. As for resources, the brick paper came from a seller on EBay (based in Greece, I think). I just searched for 'embossed brick paper railway models HO scale', or something like that and found these. As for paints, most were just the usual Vallejo acrylics, but I also used Flory Washes and my own mix of oil paint and white spirits. Weathering powders are a set by Revell and some home made ones that I have. Just the usual stuff really.

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