Ã‚Â When I first began building Fine Scale Miniatures kits (manufactured by George Sellios) many years ago, the part that I enjoyed the most was the realistic weathering and scenicing. Nothing irked me more than to build a model in a brand new, pristine condition. I began looking for something more that what the FSM instructions offered. Don't get me wrong, I owe a great deal of what I learned about building models from building early Thomas A. Yorke kits, Model Masterpieces kits, Builders in Scale kits, Timberline kits; heck, there's even a thing or two to learn from building the Campbell kits.
We have four flavors of Doctor Ben's Rustic Lumber: Natural (#4300), Driftwood (#4301), Cresote (#4302) & Pickle (#4303). Other than the Natural, the remaining three products are "tinted" with our Doctor Ben's Weathering Stains to give them a more character. By the way, not to be a name dropper; but both Brian Nolan & Dave Revelia both use Doctor Ben's products to finish their award winning dioramas! So, in other words, if you want to make your models looks as bad as their models look, you have to use what Brian & Dave use!
Doctor BenÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s Rustic Lumber Instructions: We recommend that you DO NOT pay extra for the other three Rustic Lumber Products. Save yourself some money by purchasing the Doctor Ben's Weathering Stain of your choice (Oak, Pine, Driftwood, Durty Black, Antique White, Barn Red and 12 other Stains) and thinning them down you can create your own original Rustic Lumber! Each Package Contains 300+ Pieces of 3/64Ã¢â‚¬ï¿½x 9/64Ã¢â‚¬ï¿½x 5-1/2Ã¢â‚¬ï¿½ for N, HO, S, O, G & Military Models, too!
This Listing is for one (1) package pictured above-right.
About Doctor Ben's Products:
User friendly, Stick to all materials-metal to plastic, all surfaces-flat to glossy
No complex processes, No Experience necessary,
Color fastÃ¢â‚¬â€�does not fade from sunlight or florescent lights,
Super concentrated, a little goes a very long way,
Clear, re-sealable 2 ounce (volume) containers,