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Last edited by Ash; March 17th, 2007 at 10:54. Reason: Resizing pix
Nice, I like very much. Especially the weathered look which you have done subtly enough to make it work really well. I really like this FW piece - even more so when I see painted examples. How was it to paint?
Also, what did you use to make that netting on the track guard?
I really like the weathered look, the only problem for me is that it doesn't stand out enough, it's not .... I hate to use the word interesting, because the weathered look is fantastic, but I just feel like there isn't enough variety of colour. If that's the scheme you've chosen though obviously it will fit nicely into your army, I'm just saying as a single model.
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Dude absolutely awseome job, you make me want to go paint my artemia hound right now:yes: How did you paint it?
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I think the paint job is sbtle and awsome but maybe some more higlights the details of the models kind of get a little lost
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When I started my Guard army the theme was loosely based on the look of a modern 20th/21st centaury army. The infantry are for the most part in either ‘woodland’ or ‘three color desert’ camo. The AFV’s were inspired by an article in a copy of Tamiya model magazine from a few years ago, about detailing and painting up a 1:35 scale T-55 to look like something from the Iran/Iraq war in the 1980’s. This particular model I went a bit overboard with the weathering pigments, they are fairly new to my arsenal and I’m on a bit of a learning curve.
I’ve got some other AFV’s and other pix of this thing on another thread.
Thank for the feedback.
Last edited by Ash; March 17th, 2007 at 20:36. Reason: added picture
Thanks for the comments. This model was rather sweet to paint, as the fuel tank can quite happily be left unattached until the end, so you have full access to the whole model.
I posted a discription as the painting on another thread called re-painted tanks (theres a link on the previous post).
The stowage on the track guards is a mixture of GW bits, like Marine bike stowage, some rolled things from the IG vehicle upgrade sprue. The bigger rolled thing is a peice from a 1:35 scale tank stowage kit by Verlinden, I think.
p.s. just looked at pictures again and there is also some netting made from gause medical bandages.
Last edited by Ash; March 17th, 2007 at 20:48.
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Looks great. I love the weathered look. Great job!
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