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.|