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milocomarty
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Posted - 07/03/2016 :  08:54:13 AM  Show Profile  Visit milocomarty's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Thanks Håkan !!

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milocomarty
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Posted - 07/03/2016 :  6:21:06 PM  Show Profile  Visit milocomarty's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Consider the two scale 1 project done, some final thingies added..maybe I can go a bit further but you have to stop at a time..



Added some graese to the puffers, AK burned jet engine pigment combined withe the shafts and bearings grease..





The other car I used a new Vallejo product for grease spills..





this looks ok to me to, same on the puffers combined with the burned jet engine pigment..





For the rest I darkened the steel frame a bit more on this car, has seen longer service. Using Panpastel raw umber extra dark..



Well that's it for this project, have 4 more to go so I start on 2 soon..
In the mean time I'm also working on a couple of 0 scale cars, from a German company called Brawa. Very nice and detailed and the come these screw couplers you just hae to add..



Pretty much a basic coat on this one using AK and Ammo trackrust primers. Sprayed on with and airbrush.
And now the pretty one, cool car but so yellow it hurts the eye.



You can see the factory yellow on the inside, faded it with a Vallejo white wash





Added a basic pin wash with an Ammo wash for DAK..bit on the brown dusty side..

That's it for today folks !!


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milocomarty
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Posted - 07/05/2016 :  7:42:44 PM  Show Profile  Visit milocomarty's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Slow but steady progress, first layer on the sides is on, just a little detail to be added. Its a company car so it will be dirty but not neglected..just have to figure out what roof cover they used on a German G30..





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quartergauger48
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Posted - 07/05/2016 :  9:26:47 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Martin, what is a "PIN WASH?...Love the way the Maggi car looks'...


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Frank Palmer
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Posted - 07/06/2016 :  09:37:20 AM  Show Profile  Visit Frank Palmer's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Looking Greaaaaat! The cars look fantastic Martin.


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Bill Gill
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Posted - 07/06/2016 :  10:28:40 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Really well done, Martin!


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milocomarty
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Posted - 07/06/2016 :  11:42:59 AM  Show Profile  Visit milocomarty's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Thanks guys !

Ted, a pin wash is adding a thin wash around all rivets, seams and cavities to enhance their appeirance. Add them with a fine pointed brush on the places you want, remove the excess with a moist brush...


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Mike Engler
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Posted - 07/06/2016 :  8:04:42 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Martin I love your work. What percent of your time on a typical model is spent doing details and effects with fine brushes compared to your air brush?


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milocomarty
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Posted - 07/07/2016 :  03:20:30 AM  Show Profile  Visit milocomarty's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Thanks Mike ! Guess I spend around 30% using the airbrush and 70% for fine details and other techniques using the regular brushes..

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milocomarty
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Posted - 07/07/2016 :  9:06:16 PM  Show Profile  Visit milocomarty's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Simple weathering with pinwashes, used an Athearn RtoR boxcar for this that I bought cheap on an expo.
Although the car had a nice green finish I'm a strong believer that paint fades rapidly oer time. So to start the fade.
Step 1: Used a mixture of Vallejo wash white and olive green to mix a light green color to fade, applied it with nd airbrush in several thin layers using the air out of the brush to speed dry the wash. I own a couple of double action brushes.
Step 2: Overall finish with a satin varnish (also Vallejo in this case)
Step 3: Start to pinwash on al the cravets, rivets and other deeper parts with a dark wash, used Ammo wash for Nato camouflage in this case.
Step 4: Remove the excess wash with a damp brush dipped in odourless thinner and dapped on a paper towel to remove the excess thinner. Clean the brush on the towel when needed
Step 5: Add streaks already by using a wide flat damp brush and wipe it gently over the surface.

Car is ready for more weathering steps..











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milocomarty
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Posted - 07/08/2016 :  8:28:23 PM  Show Profile  Visit milocomarty's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Rust, rust, rust, well somekind of it. First time ever I used plain artist oilpaints for this. Dabbed and streaked, and well here is the first result. Paint still wet and I have no idea used to acrylics how long t takes to dry ? What I do like that it is ery forgiven like the enamels and you can create very subtile paterns with it..just used burned umber and burned sienna. Could use a bit of raw umber and some yellow raw sienna perhaps ?











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milocomarty
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Posted - 07/12/2016 :  7:41:16 PM  Show Profile  Visit milocomarty's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Consider this one done. Couple of pigments to the roof, mixture of Ammo, AK, Vallejo and stuff from the artstore. Bit of dust on the underframe with Panpastel en some streaks more with dark brown for green vehicles from Ammo.













Funny how the camera changes color with the same studio lights but a different background..


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Guff
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Posted - 07/12/2016 :  10:18:24 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Martin,
You're painted models are as close to matching weathered prototypes as you can get. Fantastic Work!
Dave



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brownbr
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Posted - 07/13/2016 :  07:51:25 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Very nice.

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milocomarty
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Posted - 07/13/2016 :  8:12:23 PM  Show Profile  Visit milocomarty's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Thanks guys !

Next project on the bench, only 4 to do..





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