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 Posted: Thu Mar 31st, 2016 11:49 pm
   
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Latest work in progress a German boxcar 1:32..







Faded the green with airbrush using Vallejo modelcolor white wash, thinned 50 /50.
Grimes are AK interactive paneliners for white and winter camouflage.
Dust so far AK interactive dust deposit brown earth deposit.
Roof is done with paneliner for white and winter camouflage dabbed with a make up sponge.
Streaking effects with a brush moistened in an odourless thinner..



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 Posted: Fri Apr 1st, 2016 12:10 am
   
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Nicely done Martin.



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 Posted: Fri Apr 1st, 2016 12:38 am
   
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Right On!

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 Posted: Sun Apr 3rd, 2016 04:42 pm
   
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Thanks !!


A bit more work done on the DB boxcar, added more dust and grimes, darkened the roof a bit more with this AK paneliner wash for wintercamouflage. And used AMMO trackwash on the undercarriage with an overall wash, adding AK rust deposit dark and medium to the springs and surrounding area..touched up the riets with rust streaaks and dark brown wash for green vehicles..













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 Posted: Mon Apr 4th, 2016 05:20 pm
   
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GREAT work.
I don't use an airbrush to weather anything as some people make weathering look too even when they use one.
Your cars are very well done and have the 'random' look of real life in them.
I have a soft spot for German rolling stock, too, by the way.

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 Posted: Mon Apr 4th, 2016 05:24 pm
   
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Almost everything is done by brush Lee, exept yhe first coat of translucent white to fade the green..



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 Posted: Mon Apr 4th, 2016 05:37 pm
   
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Martin,
I am not surprised to read that.
I love dry-brushing myself and sometimes go a little overboard...







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 Posted: Mon Apr 4th, 2016 10:53 pm
   
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Do have that problem often Lee, to much sometimes I can't stop adding layers..

Well I do have the next victim on the bench. Boy this ones small compared to the German boxcar. But a boxcar again and in this case its a Intermountain produced HO one.
First steps are not that exiting, just masking certain parts, fade lettering with a glass fiber pencil and give the car an overal spray with Vallejo modelcolor white wash in several thin layers to achieve this faded look. Sometimes I do think I go to far in fading and it looks awfull white but I believe the color enhances again with a wash of dark brown..and if not, I tested the paint underneath and can remove the whitewash with allejo airbrush cleaner, it does not attack the original paintjob..







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 Posted: Thu Apr 7th, 2016 08:26 am
   
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Rethinking the faded effects. Tried another wash on the whitish side. Vallejo modelcolor wash rust, with some brown and white. Also mixed dark rust with brown and white and airbrushed it on to the sides to tone the white fade down but also tried it as a fade on the other side of the car. Original color shows on one piece of the data..

Faded white with a wash of rust/brown /white shows a more orange fade


rust/brown/white on the original color for a more redish fade..



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 Posted: Sun Apr 17th, 2016 11:13 pm
   
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Spend the day painting a sliding door, still some filters and washes to do..



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