Note that the author mentions pastels, not chalks. He offers the list of tools needed, and then briefly describes a handful of cars (a photo of each is included) and how he applied the weathering.
A handful of ideas for how to effectively weather a model.
The letter the author wrote to the owner of Microscale Decals is reprinted.
A collection of new decals announced from various manufacturers.
New releases of decals in S-scale.
The author introduces S-scale decals by Microscale, John Hall Decals, River Raisin, and S Designs.
The author takes over the column, and reports on new decals available from Microscale and S Designs. He also provides some decal-application tips.
New decals released by S Designs.
An old hot dog wrapper (unused) led the author to having decals created for it to decorate a reefer car.
Art Armstrong sent in a tip on how to paint wheelsets by making a pair tongs from a clothes-hanger.
This article covers new decals released by Microscale, S Designs, Delaware Valley S Scale Supply, G&W Models, and a book review. The following pages show several drawings of where Microscale decals are to be placed on engines, automobiles, and box cars.
Reports of new S-scale decals from Microscale, River Raisin, John Pratt, and S Designs. Don DeWitt announced that this is his last column, and that Jon Firpach will take over the decals column.
The author describes how he uses the Chartpak brand tape for painting stripes.
The author shares how he made a tool to be able to paint the sideframe of a truck without getting paint in the critical areas.
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