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Old 08-21-2021, 05:20 AM
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Wowsers! Best of show, and people's choice awards in any model show on the planet. Fantastic work.
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G0rb, you've done it again! Well done!

Thanks ARMORMAN, much appreciated! The treasure trove of models you collect for us is awesome.



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Wowsers! Best of show, and people's choice awards in any model show on the planet. Fantastic work.

Thank you Don, you are too kind! I appreciate your support over here.
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What did you use to cover some parts that look like clear resin?
congratulations on this admirable work
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I am speechless!!! WONDERFUL!!! You are a master!
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What did you use to cover some parts that look like clear resin?
congratulations on this admirable work

Hi ronaldm, thank you very much!
The clear-coated parts (lenses, for the most part) are coated in gloss varnish. The rest of the model has a matte varnish (and satin, in some spots like the metallics), this contrasts nicely with the super shiny gloss.


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oh damn... that turned out really, really amazing. Amazingly?

Anyway - bloody fantastic!


Is that a brush-paintjob or airbrush?

How did you fixate the pigments?
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Old 09-13-2021, 02:09 AM
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oh damn... that turned out really, really amazing. Amazingly?

Anyway - bloody fantastic!


Is that a brush-paintjob or airbrush?

How did you fixate the pigments?

Thank you very much, I appreciate it!


It is a mixed paint job, I use the airbrush for base coating and tinting / changing the shades, and the brush for details, scratches and oil paint weathering.


The pigment is fixed with a drop of matte varnish.
I don't plan on playing games with the tank, it is just a display model, so I'm not worried about the pigment rubbing off.
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