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Well it's been a good 10 years since I last painted anything, but i'm finally back playing regular games and I thought it was about time to bring a few new models to the table.
Blue camo (not quite as gaudy in real life as the camera makes it look) was chosen because about half of my surviving paints were either blue, black, or metallic.
I can't help but feel the paint scheme isn't quite there yet so i'm holding off on applying the decals, suggestions welcome
I Think that once you clean up the engine and add some black wash to your metals areas youll have a nice model. It probly looks off as the metal and engine has no depth unlike the camo.
It was a bit paint and hope, I probably should have started with my old tanks but i've been using a cardboard stand in and I promised my group that i'd get the real thing together :p
The nice thing about the GW washes is that they are made so you don't have to thin them. Try Badab Black out on your metal parts first to see what I mean. Seriously, you can go straight from the pot to the model. I know you'd NEVER do that with the old inks, but you can now. Trust me.
WOW that looks 2X tomes better XD just from a different lightsource. Are those wings on the wings freehand or not?
wow ya that looks sweet!
The wings were 'painted' with a single pass of skull white undercoat spray (and i'm glad I managed to get an even depth gradient back over both wings). I used a craft knife and selotape to mask the wings out