|CLINIC: Hunterline Weathering Mix|
|DAY: Thursday||TIME: 7:00-8:00p
|DAY: Saturday||TIME: 4:00-5:00p||ROOM: Devon|
|DESCRIPTION: Maureen and Rick will demonstrate many applications of Hunterline’s Weathering Mix. They will show applications for wood, plastics, hydrocal, foams and other mediums and how to achieve multiple colour surfaces.|
|CLINIC: Make 'n' Take: Hunterline King Post Bridge|
|DAY: Friday||TIME: 1:00-5:00p
|DESCRIPTION: This is a 4-hour clinic. Class size: 12 minimum to 25 maximum. Pre-registration required. Visit online registration or use downloadable form.
Join Maureen and Rick from Hunterline, as they take you through, step by step instructions, to build your own Hunterline 30’ King Post Truss Bridge in your scale (N, HO, S, O, including all the Narrow Gauge scales).
Skills to learn: read templates and instructions, distressing basswood, staining and gluing techniques, assembly, drilling for rods, NBW installing, finish weathering techniques. This is a beginner to intermediate difficulty. Old pros can learn a few things too! Includes the kit and two bottles (8oz) of our Weathering Mix – a base color and our Creosote Black as a highlight color.
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About the Clinician...
We are Rick Hunter and Maureen Hooks Hunter.
Hunterline has been in business since 1994. We manufacture craftsman-quality prototype wooden bridges and trackside structures for the novice and expert modeller. All our kits are accurately scaled in N, HO, S and O and all Narrow Gauges. We also have templates only, for TT, G (1:24) and F scales. About 10 years ago, we introduced our stains, “Weathering Mix”, which has been a great success story.
We attend about 20 shows a year: NMRA National; National Narrow Gauge; Springfield, MA; Trainfest, Milwaukee; Fine Scale Expo and many Regional and local shows. We do travel coast to coast.
We are a Canadian business, but we have a well stocked warehouse in Maryland. We can ship to our US dealers and customers quickly and efficiently.
We enjoy giving ‘make ‘n’ take’ clinics. We do about eight clinics each year for many Conventions and Regional Clubs. Our clinic room is usually set up in a classroom style, with a table at the front, where Maureen is building the same kit as the participants. Through participant clinic evaluations, we have found that everyone has a great learning experience and they really enjoy the socialization – it’s a fun time!