2016-01.5: Weathering with Gary Christensen, part 3

23 Jan 2016

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24:12 - Jan 2016 Bonus - Weathering with Gary Christensen, pt 3 (2016)
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Gary Christensen is a member of The Weathering Shop and is known worldwide for his beautifully-weathered models of rolling stock.  He sat down at Joe Fugate's dining room table to share his techniques.  This segment - “Weathering Trucks and Wheels“ - is the conclusion of a three-part series.

You can view the caboose photo we worked from on this webpage. The photo is by Doyle Davis.

Gary has provided a list of materials for this project:

1. Dull Cote in a small can
2. Alpha Color pastel sticks (Earth tones)
3. Ceremacote Craft acrylic paint (Terra Cotta)
4. Graham & Co. Oil paints ( transparent orange oxide and titanium white)
5. Soft sable haired brushes of various sizes and widths. The brushes are pretty much left to the discretion of the artist that is weathering. There are numerous sizes of brushes for certain area duties of each weathering project.

This complete video series consists of:
Weathering with Gary Christensen, part 1
Weathering with Gary Christensen, part 2
- Weathering with Gary Christensen, part 3 (this video)

 

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Comments

coyoteww's picture

Still like the bantering between Gary and Joe as they work along....teaching us techniques. Gary, you have taught me NOT to quit at just step 1 or 2, to keep layering the weathering on to get the desired effect. Love this series, and hate to see that it has come to an end. Joe...I think we need one more on just the wheels, I know you asked some great questions at the end about the wheels...but would like to see Gary in action. And for Pete's sake...somebody buy Gary a wheel mask jig ! Gary, I use to mask just the treads, but I would use pinstripe tape so that I would not have to spend the time cutting tape to width to mask the treads, makes to fairly easy.

Michael

I like the two different perspectives of Gary in this series and Mike C in his new series. Gary needs a wheel mask and Mike needs a cheap palette to contain his paint and powder, but neither needs help in describing and executing their techniques! Keep them coming.

 

I really enjoy watching these weathering tutorial videos! Absolutely premium content from Trainmasters TV and MRH!

Gary, thanks for sharing your knowledge with us!

I have really enjoyed watching Gary at work, hopefully he will be back for an encore?

Between him amd Mike Confalone they cover a lot of techniques to help us amateurs get into weathering. In my opinion just these two series have been worth the subscription fee.

Weathering is not where I am at the moment, but Gary your tutorials are fantastic. You need to do more of these videos as my attention never wavered. 

A few more how-tos and Trainmasters will have a DVD. I am off to view part 3.  Thank you for taking the time to show us your gifted talents.--jd

Another great weathering clinic!!  If you want to stock up on Dulcote, buy it at Hobby Lobby with your 40% off coupon.  You can get the app for your smart phone and you can use one a day.

Best, Andy Keeney

I'm truly having fun with this. I got a couple of inexpensive Accurail hoppers and tested this technique. The fade took me about 50 minutes to complete all four sides. It looked good (better in camera and MUCH more subtle with naked eye). The dust took 15 minutes all four sides and came out well. I am not sure I softened the dust correctly after stippling on, but it came out pretty good! 

Thanks for the new technique I was able to add in my weathering toolkit!

Dave

 

I watched part 1 and 2 last year and subscribed again yesterday mainly to watch Mike C's weathering series but found this third part of Gary's series. Now that the summer is almost over I hope to start in earnest to weather my locos and rolling stock.

More videos from Gary would be great or other artists from the Weathering Shop.

P Hanzlik's picture

I thought the picture of the caboose in the last few seconds was a pic of a real caboose.  Guy is becoming a legend

this is part 3...where's the rest?

tpmarshall's picture

Type in "Gary" in the search box on the video library page, and you'll find the others.

Cheers!

Search certainly works, but for your convenience, we just now went ahead and added links to the other parts in the desccription of all three parts.