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Like many modelers, over time I have accumulated a large number of different weathering tools, as new and different techniques have become available.
When manufacturers introduced weathering powders and chalks, I got some of those; next came Prismacolor pencils; then PanPastel powders. However, over time, I stashed these materials and the tools associated with them in different drawers, cabinets and boxes in and around my work area.
Then, when a specific modeling project arose, I would forget to use one technique or another. Out of sight, out of mind. I decided to remedy this by “sweeping” my workshop to gather and consolidate all my dry weathering materials.
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