More scatter terrain, this time for a train station.
A train with coal car, storage tank, rail line end buffer and a couple of ballast piles.
|Completed train and coal car.
|Next step, use a spray can of black primer to coat the vehicle.
|I used Vallejo model colour Black grey as the base coat and highlighted by adding increasing portion of Iquai sand to the base coat.
|I use Vallejo game colour Camo Marron Tan on the small portion in front of the train.
|Thin down VMC Calvary brown was used to add rust and some weathering on the body of the train engine.
|Also added some tiny specs of VMC Black grey.
|The coal car was painted in the same manner as the train engine but the coal was coated with VMC Black grey and a coat of clear gloss was carefully added to the top portions of the coal only.
|Completed tank storage.
|The inspiration for this came from a post on Pinterest posted by "Modellers Russia". The orange container comes from a Kinder surprise choclate.
|Its mounted on a small piece of MDF which has been etched and some bits of wood glued in place on top of the base.
|The hose is made from metal wire, the red top comes from my hobby knife blade holder lid trimmed to sit on the Kinder surprise container.
The little white plastics masquerading as bolts are bits of Everygreen styrene.
|A 28 mm figure is there for scale.
The tank was coated with a black primer.
I think I used Vallejo model colour Calvarly brown as a base and added more light coats, I also used Vallejo game colour Camo MarronTan.
|This is a train rail Buffer.
|The rail buffer matches up with the rail line.
|I constructed it with bits of MDF etched some grains in the wood with a hand motor.
|Painted it the usual way I paint wood grain.
|I used this product from Woodland scenic for the Ballast.
|The ballast was glued in place with PVA glue.
|This is the larger Ballast pile.
|Smaller ballast pile.
|A BEF 28 mm figure in place to get idea of the scale of the different terrain objects.