Pete cheers fella thanks for taking the time to look in
Dicky thanks buddy shame you could not visit yesterday as you could of seen her in all her glory shes all in primer now i used Mr Hobby 1200 primer it is exactly the same as Tamiya fine primer in smell and performance could it be the same primer shared between the companies :/ i will leave this a couple of days to harden then i will start colouring in
Andy thanks buddy i really appreciate ya comment all i can say about the PE is i wish i started using it earlier in my modelling career glad ya like it fella
Hey chaps i have been splashing some colour around and had a go at trying some camo to match the ref pics im not 100 % happy with how its turned out but im not starting again so im going to finish it and use this as a practice piece colours i used.
Dunkelgelb: Tamiya XF-60 & XF-55 50-50 ratio Green: Tamiya XF-58 mixed with above 80-20 ratio Brown: Tamiya XF-64 with a few drops of Dunkelgelb mix Thinned with Mr Hobby Laquer Thinner
Dang you painterists!!!! What's not to like about that camo job??? - It looks pretty darn flawless from where I'm sat my friend, by the time yer've added your textbook weathering that's gonna be a gong-magnet right there
Hands up who doesn't think this camo job is nigh on perfect???................
Mr Boggs Thanks buddy i have been in contact with Sven Frisch and he gave me some help on the colour choices as he has built a Man factory Panther with a similar camo scheme so its thanks to him really fella thanks for taking the time for looking in
AJ Thanks buddy seems like i was wrong with the camo looking poor you guys seem to like her lol
Dont now how I missed this one so just caught up and bookmarked now
Excellent work guys
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Imatanker thankyou fella i appreciate your comment
Luigi thanks my freind it was quite difficult to replicate that camo as the ref pic aint to clear showing the pattern i think i did ok as the B&W photo i took kind of has the same shades thanks for stopping by fella
Losboz bookmark away fella thats what its here for thanks buddy
Dupes me neither fella but im liking it and i will be using it in the future
BJ thanks brother i appreciate ya comment thanks for looking in
Bill thanks fella im hoping the weathering turns out ok i added the pim washes and filters yesterday and it has really bought the details out
Wouter there is bits here and there buddy if ya look close enough thanks for looking in fella for the crash helmets i used Auto Air Colours they are acrylic but quite strong the clear coat will lock them in
John thanks fella for ya comment the camo was all free hand buddy with the air pressure low and highly thinned paint the Mr Hobby Laquer thinner helps a lot too im hoping to bring it to Ontrack fella if i get her finished in time