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I am finally finished with my command tank . I weathered the tank with a brown , black wash . Then I used a tan wash after I let that all dry and then I dull coated with Model Master Lusterless (Flat) . I wanted to give everything a dusty look . So I used a light grey , light tan , and white chalk . I applied it with a heavy hand and used a very soft brush to remove the amount needed .
IMG_2178.jpgIMG_2179.jpgIMG_2180.jpgIMG_2182.jpgIMG_2186.jpgIMG_2189.jpg If you have any Questions please feel free to ask .
You do wonderful machinery, my only issue is with the weathering on the low sides. To me it looks a little too thick, the coverage is a little too good which make it appear painted on. Its better on one side than the other though, feels like you tried to take a shortcut and instead of lots of layers like you used elsewhere just painted on the white.
Other than that its a really beautiful tank and seamless conversion.
I concur. I also really like your spotlight. It isn't over bright like so many others.
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So this is the side of the tank that looked like it was painted on . No it was just a poor photo of that side.
I hope this clears things up no pun intended .
By the way Thanks for the kind words I do appreciate it as well as the constructive
Last edited by AlfonsoTheTraitor; May 20th, 2012 at 22:21.
Nice definitely just a bad photo then.
Whats next on the table, looking forward to seeing more.