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Choppa Nutta

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That shed is shaping up really well indeed, the roof is extremely effective.
Glad you went with wooden sides on it, it feels more right than tin sides for some reason [smile] 
Will create a nice chance for some contrasting textures [smile]

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That shed is off the Chain, what a nice realistic build.
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Thanks all! I'm having fun with the shed...

Today I did the first few passes of india ink wash. I have found that Talens Indian ink is about the only one that stays black when this heavily diluted, all others go an odd color blue/purple. I diluted one drop in 20 ml of reagent grade IPA (99.8%), I got some from work but I would recommend the most concentrated you can find (most drug stores have 90%) to avoid having too much water which only extends drying time and may warp the wood. This is probably 5 passes worth, intentionally blotchy hoping it shows thru the detail painting to come...





I did a wash of heavily thinned Model Air Iraqi Sand on the roof to make it look dusty and tone down the rust a bit, some parts were a bit OTT 

Testing position on the base


I'm thinking of using some more metal for the back wall, and like Ted suggested leaving a couple on the ground, it will add interest to the back of the shed and allow a second view inside.

Since the shed is winding down It's time to turn back to the Stug, I will hopefully get it sprayed this weekend. I'm going to try color modulating it, since if I cock it up it's hidden anyway.



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I've been working on the shed again this weekend, finally settled on several washes of heavily thinned XF-19 then drybrushing with xf-19 and Iraqi Sand.
I'm probably going to brush this with some alcohol to bring back some randomness in the shades, putting 50 years aging on wood in a week is a bit tricky but nowhere near as difficult as I was fearing. After I'm happy with the look, then I will be clearing it in prep for the streaking (rust and wet effects).


After more dryfitting I have decided on the metal for the back, here is it with the missing panels...and a peek at what's inside...


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its looking fantastic mate, really like it.
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Beautiful work.
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Bench time has been sparse this week...thanks for the feedback!

Scrubbed a bit of the paint off, did some blending and got it cleared for the streaking to come, this step made a big difference IMO



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I got the streaking and some moss effect done on one side, don't know if I will do the other side or not...



I also found a base that I think will work well with what's in my head

I need to get some grass ordered, there is no place local to source it...first to lay the ground and get the tank painted...Thanks for looking!


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The shed is looking absolutely great Jason!
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Amazing work on the shed.
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shed looks awesome, really liking the slice of log for the base idea [thumb]
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shed looks awesome, really liking the slice of log for the base idea [thumb]


ditto! [biggrin]

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That metal sheeting looks bloody fantastic mate, I'm so going to give this a go.
Real rust.....outstanding!

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Damn that looks good, great job buddy
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That looks amazingly realistic already! I wouldn't change a thing about that roof. Not one thing at all. As far as your siding goes i use some oil stains in grey tones on both sides and then follow that up with some rust streaks around the back sides of the shed as the water would flow that direction. Maybe a few rusted dots where some nails could be rotting out as well. Totally up to you! You just do whatever it is you already have planned, mate! Its a treat to watch it progress!! [biggrin] [biggrin] [biggrin]

Magnificent effects so far!!

AH.... just realized I've missed a page. Seems you already are on the same line of thinking as me lol. Disregard.
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