Portable T-Guage box model

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rail450
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Re: Portable T-Guage box model

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..and how to get such a realistic style from clear acrylic parts?
BR,
Siegfried

JoeMalinchak
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Re: Portable T-Guage box model

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Beautiful job on your Portable T-Gauge box model!

Ruskyviewer
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Re: Portable T-Guage box model

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rail450 wrote:..and how to get such a realistic style from clear acrylic parts?
BR,
Siegfried
The tunnels came from Tgauge.com a while back when they supplied plaster cast versions which were hand painted by my self using acrylic paint.

J.
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Plaster cast tunnel entrance painted.
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Plaster cast tunnel entrance.
Plaster cast tunnel entrance.
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rail450
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Re: Portable T-Guage box model

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This plaster cast versions are not available anymore?

Ruskyviewer
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Re: Portable T-Guage box model

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JoeMalinchak wrote:Beautiful job on your Portable T-Gauge box model!
Thanks Joe. Looking at your work with the steam loco. Outstanding.

J.

Ruskyviewer
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Re: Portable T-Guage box model

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rail450 wrote:This plaster cast versions are not available anymore?
I don't think they are. I liked them but they were very fragile. Great for realistic painting. Not sure how I'd paint the acrylic ones.

J.

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