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QUOTE (mikelhh @ 30 Aug 2007, 08:05) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>I use cheap students acrylics - a mix of red oxide, black and a little green will give a good rusted look without being too red or orange.

I also use grey, but very thinned to improve the colour of Peco wooden sllepers, it is also possible to buy track grime as a colour but I can't remember who produces it.

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I too use Tamiya acrylics, they seem to produce a lovely range of dull dirty colurs - just right for railway modelling. The problem down here is that hardly anyone sells it and my local stockist is about to close down.

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