Tips & Techniques: Layering Doctor Ben's Weathering Stains

Posted by Blog Master on 3/22/2018 to Tips & Techniques
So you're all confused about layering weathering products and you just want the short and sweet version without all the fluff.  You're in luck! Here is the down and dirty Doctor Ben's layering technique using Rustic Barn Red and Aged Driftwood.

Scale Model Masterpieces Tip: Creating Natural Wall Joints

Posted by Blog Master on 11/8/2017 to Tips & Techniques
  The corner column protrusion can easily be overlooked when assembling two stone (or brick) walls. The natural inclination is to attempt to ...

Weathering Wood a Reddish Brown Color

Posted by Blog Master on 1/20/2017 to Tips & Techniques
Are you still searching for that holy grail of weathering wood a reddish brown color? This Doctor Ben;s Tips & Techniques method may be the answer to your quest!

Newsletter-August 18, 2016 ... We've Got Another kit comin'!

Posted by Blog Master on 8/18/2016 to Newsletters & Updates
Are your waiting for the Thrasher Bros  or Warehouse #2 Kits? Do the roofs on your structures look boring? Maybe what you need are some new vents! How can someone display a boiler that uses firewood and not have a stack of firewood & water tank next to the boiler? Please Read on...

Staining & Weathering Tree Stumps with Doctor Ben's

Posted by Richard E. (Ben) Bendever on 8/28/2015 to Tips & Techniques
This "Tips & Techniques" Blog article will be a more like “how I do it” than a “How-To-Do-It” and this technique works for all scales—Z to 1:1. As you get further into the instructions please try to keep in the back of your mind that this is a “layer” technique where things may look hideous at first, but as the process continues the magic just seemingly occurs.