Friday, 13 September 2013

Schomberg O Scale Detail Parts

The casting at the rear have been painted and coloured while the foreground castings are as delivered. Note the two chimney's. One is seen in white resin while the other has got a prime coat of Floquil grime. The barrels have been given a coat of Bragdon powders. The sacks in the background are dry-brushed reefer white, then coloured lightly with a Bragdon powder.
I recently ordered a few detailed O scale parts from Schomberg Scale Models. I needed a chimney for my freight house and a few more barrels and sacks for on the platform. The parts are cast resin. They came very clean, or not needing any trimming. The chimney needs to be cut on an angle to follow my structures roof line. The casting cut very nicely with my razor saw. All the parts are first airbrushed with Floquil Gime. The sacks are then dry-brushed with Floquil reefer white. I then used Bragdon weathering chalks for final might want to check out Schomberg's website...George

Schomberg Scale Models

Two of the barrels and sacks are seen in this view. The sacks are dry-brushed Floquil  reefer white then powder was added. The barrels are just covered with Bragdon powders over Floquil grime. The box next to the barrel on the platform is also from Schomberg. I have used the smaller sized ones on my HO scale layout as a load on a flats and in a boxcars. The smaller box can be seen inside the door in the top photo.

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