Steve Hurt Interview

Discussion in 'General' started by Ozarktraveler, Aug 23, 2017.

  1. Ozarktraveler

    Ozarktraveler Member



    Steve's interview starts about the 26 min mark.

    Great job!
     
  2. klrwhizkid

    klrwhizkid Administrator Staff Member Administrator Frisco.org Supporter

    Great exposure for Steve! My only wish is that Steve would have mentioned our forum. Great job, Steve!
     
  3. gjslsffan

    gjslsffan Staff Member Staff Member

    I never get tired of looking at Steve's models, seems every time I look at one I see something or a detail I hadn't noticed before.
    Great job Steve!
     
  4. Thanks for that Craig! I did not know it was out yet.

    Sorry Keith, trust me there was not much of a plan going in. It was just " start talking". I'll try to do better next time. I have a couple upcoming Craftsman articles that will come out and that should make up for it.

    Thank you Tom. Back at you! I look at yours and think " I need a layout" Glad you enjoy what I throw out. I have another big project going but sadly the MKT word again. :(
    But several smaller SLSF projects as well in the works.
     
  5. gjslsffan

    gjslsffan Staff Member Staff Member

    Thanks Steve,
    I have not ventured into any other scales than HO.. I try to keep my modeling efforts confined to something that I can run or be handled. But I gotta say, I need to learn how to do the "oil paints", I just need to get into it. But with a boxcar costing $50.00 bucks. Well, I just need to get over it, and certainly need to improve my observation and weathering skills. Between you, Jim James and a bunch of other folks, man I got a lot to learn, and thats a good thing.
     
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  6. meteor910

    meteor910 2009 Engineer of the Year Staff Member Frisco.org Supporter

    Nice interview Steve. "You done fine!"
    K
     
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  7. Thanks Ken!

    Tom, you will find the oils worth it in the end. I was very hesitant to try them and now for any weathering that is a must have. I use mainly just four colors. But they can be mixed and tinted with each to be endless colors. I also use cheap acrylics and pastels.
    If you have never checked out The Weathering Shop site or their public forum The Rust Bucket you should. It is 99% trains and all weathering. Some absolutely incredible artists there. Lots of how to's threads. Great stuff!!!!
     
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  8. paul slavens

    paul slavens Member

    Wow, I am at a loss for words to compliment the level of detail and awesomeness in Steve's models. All of them are just as good as anybody could possibly do. I loved the images that went along and my favorite was the Katy caboose on the trailer. Now I know why Steve.s moniker is modeltruck shop !
     
  9. Thanks Paul. I appreciate it. I am not surprised the caboose on the hauler is your favorite. A familiar scene for you right? I have really enjoyed watching your 1:1 resto project on the caboose. I was stunned to see your car collection too. Great stuff there! I have an accumulation of various old trucks and can not imagine taking on a caboose. Thanks again,steve
     
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  10. Kind of a surprise when I saw this today. I share progress pics with Ken but didn't know he was adding anything to the video this week. Add for the Athearn 3100 GP 50 appears too.
     
  11. w3hodoug

    w3hodoug 2008 Engineer of the Year Frisco.org Supporter

    I remember Steve, as a child, when we visited his family in Jackson, MI many years ago. Wow, are we getting old or what?
     
  12. HA, I remember that visit as well Doug! I remember your son had the Luke Skywalker land speeder toy I liked. I am guessing that was 1978 or 79?? I know I have gotten old, fat and bald for sure.

    Steve
     

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