Re: [weathering] Back to Brick color and a FREE SHIPPING Offer!


Aug 5, 2008

 


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#7931 Aug 5, 2008

OK, all is back to normal-the S-Scalers surrendered and gave back the

website!!! :^0 Hey wait a minute, I build 1:64-scale, does anyone

else on this list? I feel like a Unicorn in here.



ttfn, Ben | and a working www.DrBens.com website



--- In weathering@yahoogroups.com, "rebendever"

yahoo.groups.for@...> wrote: >

> OOPS!!!!! We sold our 1:64 Magazine and last week when we migrated

> the 1:64MG away from the DEBENLLC.com domain something happened to

> the migration of DrBens.com You can use 64.226.228.61 or

> DEBENLLC.com (you end up here anyway) to get to the domain. Stupid

> Technology!

>

> Sorry about that, Ben | www.64.226.228.61

> 8888888888888888888888888888888888888888888888888888888888888

> --- In weathering@yahoogroups.com, "rebendever"

> yahoo.groups.for@> wrote:

> >

> > Ty,

> > Would you consider trying our Doctor Ben's Industrial Weathering

> > Pigments for your brick colors? Using an ordinary hobby brush, a

> saucer

> > of rubbing alcohol, one of the red pigments and one of the brown

> > pigments allows you to create a whole bunch of brick colors for a

> very

> > realistic look. Also, I like using our Aged Driftwood for the

motar > > color.

> >

> > Here is an idea. Today is my 54th B-Day. For the rest of the

week > > anyone on this group who would like to try this technique and

comes > to

> > our www.DrBens.com website and purchases any one of the RED

> pigments

> > and any one of the BROWN pigments gets FREE shipping AND we will

> > include a copy of our Doctor Ben's "How-To #1: Turning Toys into

> Scale

> > Models" booklet for FREE too. FYI The booklet has the details of

> this

> > brick finishing technique in it!

> > So here is what you have to do. You need to type in the

following > > code after your first NAME: 'WG54'. At the end of the checkout

> process

> > choose: 'WILL CALL' and the system will not charge you for

> shipping. I

> > know it sounds complex but it's worth a try. If you do goof up

and > > forget to choose WILL CALL we will refund you the shipping

provided > > your insert the WD54 code after your first name.

> >

> > WHEW! That was quite a bit of typing so if you are still

confused > > after reading this offer serveral times, contact me OFF LIST and

> I'll

> > walk you through it. Good Luck & Happy Modeling, Ben |

> www.DrBens.com

> >

>

888888888888888888888888888888888888888888888888888888888888888888888 > > --- In weathering@yahoogroups.com, "les zody" zodyfamily@> wrote:

> > >

> > > Hi all, I was on a site not long ago that had a formula for

> brick

> > > color. I didn't see it in the files but it may be there. It was

> made

> > of a mix of water color and Solvaset. My question is does anyone

> now

> > what Solvaset is? I can't seem to find it so I'm thinking it's

no > > longer with us.

> > ty les zody

> > >

> >

>



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#7932 Aug 6, 2008

Solvaset is made by Microscale...It is generally used with Decals but has other uses that have been figured out by the experimenters of our hobby.



TG



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#7933 Aug 6, 2008

--- In weathering@yahoogroups.com, "tilewerks" Tilewerks@...> wrote: >

> Solvaset is made by Microscale...It is generally used with Decals but

has other uses that have been figured out by the experimenters of our

hobby. >

> TG

>

> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]

>



Solvaset is a Walthers product, if it makes any difference. Microscale

offers MicroSol and MicroSet for decal applications.



Bob Boudreau

Canada



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#7935 Aug 10, 2008

I am a fellow 1/64 narrow gauge modeler.



Mike Ryan ----- Original Message -----

From: rebendever

To: weathering@yahoogroups.com

Sent: Tuesday, August 05, 2008 9:35 AM

Subject: [weathering] Back to Brick color and a FREE SHIPPING Offer!







OK, all is back to normal-the S-Scalers surrendered and gave back the

website!!! :^0 Hey wait a minute, I build 1:64-scale, does anyone

else on this list? I feel like a Unicorn in here.



ttfn, Ben | and a working www.DrBens.com website



--- In weathering@yahoogroups.com, "rebendever"

yahoo.groups.for@...> wrote:

>

> OOPS!!!!! We sold our 1:64 Magazine and last week when we migrated

> the 1:64MG away from the DEBENLLC.com domain something happened to

> the migration of DrBens.com You can use 64.226.228.61 or

> DEBENLLC.com (you end up here anyway) to get to the domain. Stupid

> Technology!

>

> Sorry about that, Ben | www.64.226.228.61

> 8888888888888888888888888888888888888888888888888888888888888

> --- In weathering@yahoogroups.com, "rebendever"

> yahoo.groups.for@> wrote:

> >

> > Ty,

> > Would you consider trying our Doctor Ben's Industrial Weathering

> > Pigments for your brick colors? Using an ordinary hobby brush, a

> saucer

> > of rubbing alcohol, one of the red pigments and one of the brown

> > pigments allows you to create a whole bunch of brick colors for a

> very

> > realistic look. Also, I like using our Aged Driftwood for the

motar

> > color.

> >

> > Here is an idea. Today is my 54th B-Day. For the rest of the

week

> > anyone on this group who would like to try this technique and

comes

> to

> > our www.DrBens.com website and purchases any one of the RED

> pigments

> > and any one of the BROWN pigments gets FREE shipping AND we will

> > include a copy of our Doctor Ben's "How-To #1: Turning Toys into

> Scale

> > Models" booklet for FREE too. FYI The booklet has the details of

> this

> > brick finishing technique in it!

> > So here is what you have to do. You need to type in the

following

> > code after your first NAME: 'WG54'. At the end of the checkout

> process

> > choose: 'WILL CALL' and the system will not charge you for

> shipping. I

> > know it sounds complex but it's worth a try. If you do goof up

and

> > forget to choose WILL CALL we will refund you the shipping

provided

> > your insert the WD54 code after your first name.

> >

> > WHEW! That was quite a bit of typing so if you are still

confused

> > after reading this offer serveral times, contact me OFF LIST and

> I'll

> > walk you through it. Good Luck & Happy Modeling, Ben |

> www.DrBens.com

> >

>

888888888888888888888888888888888888888888888888888888888888888888888

> > --- In weathering@yahoogroups.com, "les zody" zodyfamily@> wrote:

> > >

> > > Hi all, I was on a site not long ago that had a formula for

> brick

> > > color. I didn't see it in the files but it may be there. It was

> made

> > of a mix of water color and Solvaset. My question is does anyone

> now

> > what Solvaset is? I can't seem to find it so I'm thinking it's

no

> > longer with us.

> > ty les zody

> > >

> >

>













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