Discussion in 'HO Scale Model Trains' started by rdivizio, Sep 6, 2004.

  1. rdivizio

    rdivizio Member

    Hello everyone, Rich Divizio here,

    Just an update on the location of my Weathered Boxcars website that used to be on a COMCAST server with only 25 mb of space.

    I was running out of gallery space, so I went with a 200mb server
    and a new domain name with is nicer.

    home.comcast.net/~rdivizio/trains is now


    Thanks again, rdivizio
  2. NYC-BKO

    NYC-BKO Member

    That is some fantastic work there, thanks for the link and a tutorial in you're website. -:thumb::thumb::thumb::thumb::thumb:
  3. CharlesH.

    CharlesH. Member

    I got a question, what's the location of picture in the front page?
  4. Fred_M

    Fred_M Guest

    I think I told you last time, but anyway , those are wonderful. You weathering looks so real. The only way I know they are models is the kadees. :thumb: Fred
  5. rdivizio

    rdivizio Member

    Picture Location

    Hey Charles, Some people have told me that it is the Flathead River someplace in Montana.

    Thanks Dash,
    Thanks Brian.
  6. Espeenut

    Espeenut Member

    ...very nice work, an inspiration and good example of what you can do - and it's good to see the fact pointed out that weathering is not that hard, it just takes a bit of your time...but in the end your time is very justified by the results you can see here.


    Lorne Miller
  7. rdivizio

    rdivizio Member

    Thanks Lorne, I'm glad you like it.

    I love detail and have alot of patience when it comes to getting a certain look the way I want it.

  8. Chessie6459

    Chessie6459 Gauge Oldtimer

    Great Job on the weathering :thumb: :thumb:
  9. 2slim

    2slim Member

    FANTASTIC!!! Best rust pitting I've ever seen. :thumb: :thumb: Have a question, is the clear parts cement you mention like Elmers or PV? Fred is right, the only give-away is the KD's. Is that snow in some of your photos? Your site is way-cool :cool: gotta bookmark it for reference/inspiration.

    2slim :wave:
  10. rdivizio

    rdivizio Member

    Hey 2slim, Thanks man.

    I use the Testors Clear Parts Cement & Window Maker.
    You should be able to see it on the Testor's site or at your local train shop.
    It's a dull white looking glue, then dries clear.

    Yes that is snow, Chicago snow that is.

    Thanks again.

    Rich Divizio

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