Saturday, December 14, 2019

The Winnipeg Model Railroad Club's 2019 Clinic Carnival was a great success!

People got to try their hand with an airbrush at John Bate's Airbrush clinic.

The WMRC had a great turnout at their annual clinic carnival, which was held on Friday, December 13 at the Charleswood Legion.

John Bate had his hands full conducting an airbrushing clinic, where he invited people to try their hand with an airbrush. Everyone was impressed with the meticulously hand crafted structures made by Ivan Paradis. Dave Downie showed how easy it is to weather with pan pastels. Richard Mikolayenko showed everyone how to paint HO and N scale figures.

Gary Crawford had a working display of his O scale narrow gauge equipment, and he also showed off some of his impressive landscaping techniques using home made items such as dyed sawdust and shredded foam colored with acrylic paint.

Our annual Christmas banquet was so successful it even surprised our hard working canteen volunteers, for they ran out of hotdogs!

Ivan Paradis and his son Nathan allowed guests to examine Ivan's superb structures.

Gary Crawford showed how to landscape using money saving homemade materials.

Gary also brought some of his O scale narrow gauge locomotives and rolling stock.

Richard Mikolayenko shows Marcel Blair and Gary Stempnick how to paint figures.

Dave Downie showed how to weather rolling stock with pan pastels.

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