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Hi guys, i wanted to create a few pain/freehand mockups for my eldar falcons before i go actually putting paint down, is/are there any templates of an eldar falcon around?
think colouring-in book for 5 year olds.
Well, I dont play Eldar (yet!) but I think it will just take patience and practice to paint the design on the tank.
However, maybe you could do a make-your-own transfer type thing by finding the design you wanted online, soaking it in water, glueing? it onto the tank, and then painting over that, just like what you'd do you with a normal transfer. I've never tried this but theres a chance it might work...
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I tried searching a bit and all the coloring-book style paint planning stuff I found were for basic infantry models.
OK a quick run through.
- Find an image from the internet and print at the right scale.
- Place this on your cutting matt and then stick it to it with colourless selotape. The selo tape stops the masking tap ripping when you remove it and keeps the image in place.
- Place your masking tape over the top. The masking tape is kind of see through so you can see the image.
- Cut out the image with a VERY sharp knife, do this carefully. Remember you want to cut out the 'negative', the template to paint into.
- Carefully peel away the masking tape from the cutting matt.
- Place on the vehicle, paint.
Yeah, only Freehand MX because I don't have the latest adobe suite installed on this computer. It was a bit rushed and all the lines don't meet up, but hopefully it'll o for sketching out rough colour schemes on.