Revnd Slim: I had this barn, nice tutorial! I used paint and dry - brushing on mine,
plus where the stall for "horse crap" is I used dried coffee grounds for a
more realistic look...
Justin VanGorder: Is this oil based chalk or what kind of chalk would you say if I was to get
from a art store and smash up.....?
kenny atwater: Cool Im a beginner also. I have a little layout with the Pennsylvania Flyer
Lionel train set and i will definitely send you a link of my project when
im in the process of adding on to my layout.
chris dav: wouldn't have been better to have painted the blacksmiths shop before
adding the chalks. and to mask the windows as the dull coat will frost
Tim Riley: are you wetting those sponges or brushes at all?
TheUSARP: Sorry. I made he first comment in the middle of the video. I hadnt seen the
part about dullcote yet.
SlyDrJ: Thanks a ton!! Got a WW2 Tiger two that i'm gonna try this technique on.
Thanks again !!!!! I'll send you a link of my project once complete. :)
trusaydotcom: Awesome method. Enjoyed the video. Cheers.
TheUSARP: Great tutorial. When you touch the building, will your fingerprints show up
on it. If so, ho can i prevent this?
Hub Hobby Center: Hi SlyDrJ! That's a great question. We are currently out of stock in the
chalks. However, you can order directly from Walthers Model Railroading,
which is a national model train distributor. As youtube doesn't allow links
in the comments, I'll send you a message with the information shortly. :)
Hope that helps!
Hub Hobby Center: Awesome! Glad I could help. I definitely look forward to seeing it!
dglass77: Thanks for the demonstration!
SlyDrJ: trying to find this chalk but it's nowhere on hubhobby.com or even via
google with my searches.. HELP PLZ !!!! :) TY !!
trainroomgary: Very well done demo, on weathering.
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