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I was thinking something simple for my Hammerhead tank. It is sprayed black as the primer and i was thinking of just adding white in a army camo theme but I am stumped as to how I will accomplish this,ideas please.
There was a good article in a (very, very) old AusWD about how to do tanks (etc) very quickly.
- 1 - Ensure you have the paint in the camo scheme in Aerosol form
- 2 - Basecoat. Allow to dry
- 3 - Tear a random ripply pattern through an a4 peice of paper. Keep both parts.
- 4 - Hold the peice of torn paper directly onto the surface of the vehicle
- 5 - Spray secondary/tertiary colour over the edge of the paper, then spray a little back from the edge (etc) until you run out of surface to spray. *
- 6 - Allow to dry.
- 7 - use other peice of paper (you did keep it, right?) on another section of the vehicle.
- 8 - repeat as desired
- 9 - paint detail, etc.
* - Obviously, this works best if you use it on a corner or something of the vehicle. You don't want massive patches of your secondary/tertiary colour.
Another method is this:
- 1 - Repeat steps 2-3 (from ^above^), however tear smaller ripply patches from the paper.
- 2 - Hold a peice of the paper against the vehicle, and trace around it with a marker pen/detail brush. Use the colour that you want that peice of camo to be.
- 3 - Remove paper, and drybrush desired colour inside the traced section
- 4 - repeat as desired
- 5 - paint details, varnish, etc.
Sorry if that's a bit hard to understand, but I'm going off memory and it's very hot where I am right now.
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I appreciate your help but i don't get why you should keep the other piece of paper