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indent Milk and clay paints come in a wide range of colors and add a natural warmth and natural tone. Ink can be used to stamp or hand-letter details. Charcoal is an easy way to weather rolling stock. And a child-safe finish helps to protect painted, inked and weathered surfaces.

Milk Paint redline

Milk paint is a kid-friendly way to decorate trains. A broad spectrum of paints made from milk casein and food grade emulsifiers and preservatives are available. These smell great, but I haven't tried tasting them... A little paint is enough to bring highlights and accents to a module - they are best applied to train cars and engines.
indent annasova.com

milk paint

_ Ancient Rose.....................(Ancient Europa)
_ Iron Age ........................(Ancient Europa)
_ Ring of Brodgar, Stone Circle....(Ancient Europa)
_ Roan Horse.......................(Ancient Europa)
_ Skara Brae.......................(Ancient Europa)
_ Thracian Gold ...................(Ancient Europa)
_ Ayahuasca........................(Ancient Americas)
_ Chipotle Chile...................(Ancient Americas)
_ Gladioli.........................(Ancient Americas)
_ Pasilla Chile....................(Ancient Americas)
_ Pisco............................(Ancient Americas)
_ Plumed Basilisk..................(Ancient Americas)
_ Stone of Machu Picchu............(Ancient Americas)
_ Tambo Machay Watercourse.........(Ancient Americas)
_ Atomic Red.......................(Mid Century Modern)
_ High Fidelity....................(Mid Century Modern)
_ Little Black Dress...............(Mid Century Modern)
_ Roswell Desert...................(Mid Century Modern)
_ Sweet Carrot.....................(Odd Sorbets 1)
_ Yellow Corn......................(Odd Sorbets 1)
_ Black Radish Leaf................(Odd Sorbets 3)
_ Blackberry.......................(Odd Sorbets 3)
_ Dandelion........................(Au Naturals 1)
_ Nameko Mushroom..................(Au Naturals 1)
_ Parsnip..........................(Au Naturals 1)
_ Sugar Cane.......................(Au Naturals 1)
_ Swiss Emmenthaler................(Au Naturals 2)
_ Chinese Onion....................(Au Naturals 3)
_ Rosemary.........................(Au Naturals 3)
_ Willow...........................(Au Naturals 3)
_ Hebrides.........................(7/10s of the Planet 1)
_ Lamp Black.......................(Individual Colors)


Clay Paint redline

indent Clay paint can be used to sponge or color wash areas on modules. These are water-soluable and need a protective finish...
indent bioshieldpaint.com
indent ecospaints.net

clay paint

_ 021 Smoke
_ 098 Gingko
_ 127 Taupe
_ 092 Straw
_ 015 Soleil
_ 017 Mont Blanc
_ 141 Light Salvia
_ 028 Mezzo Polar
_ 012 Umbra Verde
_ 100 River Spar
_ 022 Polar
_ 109 Birdwatchers Green
_ 090 Lemon
_ 210 Sand

Inking & Stamping redline

Custom product names and corporate branding can be inked onto painted rolling stock. Create your own company names with imaginative products and create custom rubber stamps - or write directly on the cars with permanent ink.
indent picturemystamp.com
indent rubberstamps.net

Weathering redline

Artist charcoal - black, red and white - bring a bit of grime, rust and sun-bleached fade to otherwise pristine train cars. Over time, the rolling stock will get dinged up and scraped through play and can be touched up with a black or warm gray sharpie to soften exposed wood.

Finishes redline

indent A child-safe finish is just as important. Apply a matte coat to protect painted train cars and features with images applied. Choose a finish that is safe for children - like a varnish that is non-allergenic, non-toxic, and free from volatile organic compounds.

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