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My First Armor Subject

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I'm almost done with this puppy. Just got a few things to glue on and tidy up. Let me know how I'm doing so far, what I missed, what I can improve on. thanks:

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Looks good to me, are u you going to leave it factory fresh?

Nope, I do have some fine weathering going on but it isn't showing up in my photos. I did some fine mist overspray og the lower half, which isn't really shown in the more topside pics I did either.

Any reccomend actions for more weathering? Most reference photos I've found show dust but not much else.

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Can't see the tires that well, but you might consider using pastels to blend the solid black with the overall color scheme.

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Hey, toad- find a pic of a vehicle you like, post it and let's discuss the weathering. Sound cool?

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construction looks perfect - as I would expect from experienced aircraft builder. Paintwork also is looking very good - and again experience shows in the masking of transparencies. Nothing looks missed at all at this stage. BUT - if you want to enhance all those nice details and so forth a pin wash using dilute oil paints could maybe give it something to show off the excellent work so far.

i think chukW will show you the way !

I can certainly throw you some tips.

best

Mark

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