During this month’s Track Talk Live, Leah and Doug announced Model Railroad Academy’s new community gallery. We want to see your layout! Show off your work with the Model Railroad Academy community by sharing photos of your layout.
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TRACK TALK LIVE: August 2018
Check out the recap of our monthly Track Talk Live with model railroad expert and long-time train enthusiast Doug Hodgdon. Doug answers your model railroad questions live on the air in this fun, interactive, and informative Q&A. Click here to buy matte medium.Watch Now >>
Track Talk Live: October 2016
October’s Track Talk Live with Steve Doyle and Doug Hodgdon continued to field model railroad questions from as far away as New Zealand, Australia and Ireland regarding intermodal modeling – an exciting niche in the “world’s greatest hobby.” There were also several questions on construction materials for mountains, waterfalls and roads, as well as building…Watch Now >>
Track Talk Live: November 2016
Track Talk Live’s Pre-Thanksgiving program didn’t serve up any turkeys, but there were plenty of pre-submitted and live questions for Clickety and Clack (aka Doug Hodgdon and Steve Doyle). As model railroading season chuffs into high gear, viewers needed answers about sub-roadbeds, laser-cut kits, bubbles in realistic water, materials for mountains, rail sizes, DCC systems,…Watch Now >>
Track Talk Live: August 2016
August’s Track Talk Live with MRA’s Allen Keller, Doug “Clickety” Hodgdon and Steve “Clack” Doyle featured a wide range of topics including news from the recent NMRA Convention, advances in decoder technology and how to foster the growth of model railroading among young boys and girls. Participants from as far afield as Australia, Brazil, South…Watch Now >>
I want to get back into my N scale design what is a proper degree to go uphill to keep from having engine slip or no want to go. Im limited on room so up was a way to go
Do you know how to thin the artist’s acrylic paints (i.e. Artist’s Loft brand) for use in an airbrush? I’ve heard that this can be done and I’ve tried to thin the paint with 70% alcohol, but I can’t seem to get the right consistency.
Hi Dave. I haven’t had much luck using thinned acrylic artist paints for airbrushing. I recommend you try Scalecoat II.
Douglas-Model Railroad Academy
Ticket 27322 Question for session: I’ve heard about a new NMRA “animation” standard being developed. Is there anything posted yet or ways industry can contribute/cooperate?