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Discussion in 'Science Fiction & Fantasy' started by mikezax, Jul 24, 2017.
The hull I sprayed the tint RAL8004-brown copper, "chassis" is sprayed RAL9005M-black matte, finally, it is all sprayed matt varnish, then I used the black and gray dry pastel, On the scratch and wear I made using the colors of the Revell 91.
I hope one day I also get myself to paint my models. I like on paper modeling that you do not have to paint (just edge coloring). But I am affraid that without paint this level of realism I strive for is not there. So big dilema for me.
This looks FANTASTIC!!!
I like to realistic feel that you are putting into this.
It looks like solid wood!
Time to "test drive"!!
thank you all
I like both method - painted models and also unchanged models
...on for this I currently work :
Excellent is not close enough. Wow!!
WOW!! Hey, is it my imagination is the front of the speeder a mixture of plastic, balsa wood, and paper? Just wondering. Fantastic job! Looking forward to the finished product.
I finished the front of the bike. The supporting rods I had made from the handles of the brush. The rest is out of paper, wire, a piece of balsa wood and plastic straw.
I added 4 hoses. I did from plastic straw.
...handlebar I have finished, I will still paint them yet...I used paper, wire and wood.
You have done a FANTASTIC JOB! That looks like a studio film prop!
On the last photo is the top of the 3D model (http://maxivz.artstation.com/projects/WlGLE) and below is my model on comparison
Better and better. It will be hell of a model.
...I have finished turbine, I will paint her yet...I used paper, wire, wood and plastic straw. I designed the turbine myself.
Geez Mikeaz, this is really excellent, and with this scale, there's no hiding mistakes, and I don't see any!
...I have finished cannon, I designed the cannon myself. (I used paper, wire, wood and plastic straw.)
This is museum quality work!!!