I chose this model for my modelling restart because i thought it will be fast...and building really was,but finishing was the test of all my skills starting sharp-edge camouflage with high contrast,work with big decals, lot of washes and oil jobs, work with rust and pigments on relativelly big surfaces... I worked on it for one month almost for several hours every day.Result isn't perfect by my imagination, so i now know what refine next time and I think its relatively good after almost two years break :) Hope you like it too.
Hello,today i want to present you fast article about tracks base paint. It can be also useable for any steel surface. I used Tamiya acrylics for base coat and Tamiya ad Humbrol enamels for dirty and rust effects.
First coat by mixture of Tamiya paints,note blue color for better look of natural steel.
A light overspray with brown to add base for rust effects
and black to make shadows for deep...
...and touch of enamels to finish look of rusty and dirty tracks,
i made a wash with humbrol rust for base and after that
alternate sputtered flat earth and rust from brush using pressed air from an airbrush.
Finished track link ready for next weatherig by pigments or similar effects...
All work on both track links took just about one hour.Its fast with good result, exactly how i like it.
Hello friends,its a long time i published last of my works. Here is the place where i will show you some of my new projects.
Those of you who knows my past work also knows I did a Braille Scalle armour, so my eyes and patience isn't as good as earlier. That's why Im now building armour in 1:35 and 1:48 scales.
I started up this page to boast with my work and show some techniques how i doing it.
Thanks for reading, and here is starting project.
Tamiya 1:35 scale Char B1 bis OOB with some details added. More info soon.