I go back and forth on how well I've done on this...sometimes it looks a bit too....turquoise? And than sometimes it looks perfect. I'm not sure (sitting here looking at the photos also makes me think the color is not quite what is actually on the wall either). I may airbrush a bit more Tamiya 'cloud gray' over the landscape further in the background to get more of 'misty' look and have it so that the mountain range furthest away is almost impossible to differentiate from the sky. More to come.
On some other fun news....I've been looking to find a Nederlandse Spoorswegen Koploper for a long time. As it would turn out, I was able to find not only one, but another version in the same week! I found two great gentlemen on the Dutch Marketplaats site (forget eBay if your looking for model trains from the Netherlands...clearly all the Dutch use Marketplaats instead...which is hard for us non-Dutch speakers as the process is different than the universal eBay experience!) who were willing to package and ship to the USA! So not only did I get a traditional Koploper in the NS colors (and its the recent version with the NEM 651 interface), I was also able to get an even more rare (at least to me) version in the KLM colors!
I installed the decoders in the two Koplopers today, in addition to finally getting my Graham Farish Class 150 Central Lines DMU working (more on that later) and digitized, which you can see in the below photo to the left. Of course, the two EMU's in the center are the Koplopers.