Oh, cool, that powerline tower is a very nice touch. I'm eager to see you slap some paint on these.
This night i want update the "dkk at war" side.
I've adding the terrain (very similar to the Medusa base) and priming (with per-shading) with Vallejo Grey and Black Primer...using the airbrush (I've notice that the best pressure for those products is ...3 bar)
Just starting to paint the Medusa interior...first the floor underneath...
Tonight i can do more than the other days.....
Here an example of "hairspray" technique using the special product coming form A.K Interactive:
Before just paint (using an airbrush) the undercoat layer (VMC Dark Rust)
after it is dry apply 2 or 3 coat of "Worn Effects" (this product is born especially for this kind of technique) with the airbrush..
When it's dry apply the final color...When the last color is dry using a brush, toothpick or a toothbrush and water you can apply your scratches...
After the above procedure I've all sealed with Vallejo Satin Varnish and apply a different layer of oil color (MIG Dark Rust and Wash Brown).
I've also done the inside part of the rear door....
I like the dkk cannon piece, nice composition. Good job on the weathering too
Some update about the "dkk at war" diorama.....
sandbag and barbed wire
Here some "at midnight" updates.....
Medusa interior...(nearly finished..)
Hi to everyone.
I've started with the base color (fist color of camouflage) ad some "color modulation".....for the Medusa.
Some shots from the Medusa "camouflage" paint process...
I've started the first stage of weathering of the Medusa.
I hope you like it....
Another weathering stage.....OILS
Here some details about the powerline pole:
Great job on the pole. You used plastic card to creat it?
Here a little glimpse of the Medusa terrain :
Great work sir, very realistic earth on that base. I also love the weathering above.
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