The Model Rail Expert Series

The latest Model Rail 'Expert' DVD covers a wide range of materials and techniques designed to create ultra-authentic carriages and freight rolling stock. Including a comprehensive guide to surface preparation, pre- and post-shading techniques, chipped and flaking paint, rust, distressing and replicating the look of bare timber. There's also a lowdown on the best ways to weather coaching stock, especially for the steam era. Order a copy HERE.

The first in a brand new series produced in conjunction with Model Rail magazine. This volume includes Michael Rhodes Barrow Hill Jc, a 00 gauge DCC layout, weathering cement wagons with George Dent, live Steam in the Garden, building platforms with Chris Leigh, Model Rail Sentinels, model reviews and a look at John White's Trentham Jc, a 00 gauge ECML layout. Order a copy HERE

There comes a time when painting with an ordinary brush will never achieve that completely realistic finish. A variety of different techniques are demonstrated in this latest DVD in the Model Rail ‘Expert’ series. George Dent shows you how to: Choose the right airbrush for you, set up and use a compressor, prepare and mask your models, mix paint for spraying, practice technique, create smooth and even coats of paint, apply primers, topcoats and clear coats, achieve special effects, achieve weathering effects, work with acrylic, enamel and cellulose paints, clean and maintain your airbrush. Order a copy HERE

George Dent shows you how to: Fit supplied buffer beam details, 'unglue’ parts, add a crew, fit new smoke deflectors, make and fit wire handrails, change factory-applied numbers, fit new nameplates, add extra coal to a tender, use an etched and cast metal conversion kit, turn a Bachmann Class 20 into a Class 20/3. Order a copy HERE


Learn how to enhance your layout with realistic scenery. Top scenic modellers George Dent and Peter Marriott show you how to: Build a platform, paint realistic brickwork, build walls and fences, create cameo detail scenes, blend in a Skaledale structure, make hedges, plant static grass, make water features, add foliage and vegetation, use plaster cloth, apply scatter materials. Order a copy HERE

A superb in-depth guide to achieving the very best bespoke weathering job. A variety of techniques are demonstrated including easy weathering with Tamiya weathering pigments, distressing, recreating a 'lived-in' steam loco, weathering track, using Scenic Rust and Tensocrom Glazes on buildings. Also covers the use of Metalcote enamels, buffed-up to give an oily shine and culminates in the creation of an 'end of steam' neglected look, using a combination of techniques. Order a copy HERE

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