This is a demo guestbook. Since this guestbook is not frequently moderated, support questions, inquiries and so on should be posted in our support section instead.
|Message||Your cars look very realistic! I enjoyed looking at Michael Morrison's work - very nice!!|
|Message||Great work...very inspiring.|
|Message||Awesome all I can say, Congratulations on all that you guys Do. Thank you and God Bless you all on your Talents.|
Wheathered equipment is what gives a layout the character of being real. So keep inspiring me and keep up the good work.
Love the talent and what you guys offer.
Still scared to try this But more I get inspired from, what you guys do. I'll get there.
|Message||Greetings from NW Indiana!|
|Message||Fantastic job on all the examples I have seen so far. I have begun weathering on lots of my cars and a few friends cars. Just when I think I have the hang of it I see someone else's work and realize I have a long way to go yet. I will definitely visit your site a lot more to pick up some hints for myself. Hope that is ok. Dale|
|Message||Every time I visit this site I am in awe of all of the exquisite works by all of the members.You guys are very talented and I aspire to be half as good as you are. I sometimes spend hours perusing the pics of weathered rolling stock,occasionally reminding myself that they are models ! Keep bringin' the eye candy boys !!|
|Message||Conrail wasn't around in 1969.|
|Message||Im 19 and weathering my models and you guys just blow my mind on how good you are.|
|Message||I am very interested in learning how to weather my trains like yours. I have been here before. But I am looking forward to talking to you. Vincent.|
|Message||just beautiful inspiring work|
|Message||first time finding this sight. i am thrilled because i am just learning to weather and am amazed at the work people do|