Logan Eden Good Morning, Vladimir Spectacular finish & build on a very cool looking kit!! The paint job is spot on. Have appreciation of the small details like the open fuel door (B22) that gives a greater interest to the overall completion. Catch Ya, Logan
Treehugger I must learn to apply weathering like this.
I am reminded that I probably have a half track kit to tow my 88mm German flak cannon kit. Only yesterday did it occur to me that I can probably mix the two. I also recently bought some German figures that should help flesh out the models in the future, assuming they fit.
Bogicevic Vladimir Thank you for taking interest Rafael. I am, slowly, posting all of my work here, anyway. Only difference is that there I explained in more detail what I did. No time for everything and, between writing explanations, taking pictures and posting them or spending time at the work bench, i chose the work bench, of course.
Treehugger Nice. The swung out windows is a nice touch.
How did you create the nice weathering on the benches at the rear of the truck?
12. April, 08:37
Bogicevic Vladimir Gerald, tank's. Treehugger, first paint the wood effects as you usually do. I have two ways of doing that, I will show them in my future builds (as soon as I am done with uploading my previously finished models and cleaning my bench of WIP-s.) Then, protect it with some gloss, then airbrush some hairspray and finally paint. After drying wash of the paint to make scratch effects. I will show how I do that in some of my future builds, too.