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Gadjung

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Very nice rusty primer coat! 😉 
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My 1/144 one. 😉
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Thank you... whaouw your models and diorama are astonish !!! Is it a Tupolev ? Very impressive
... I love it !

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Your progress looks good Alain. Really interested to see it develops. And already thinking of buying one of the 1/72 scale Takom kit myself now. Nice details and probably great fit. As always with Takom.

Are you gonna do some hairspray/chipping fluid technique for chipping/weathering?

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Yes I will use the hairspray technique... that's the reason why I used a red oxyde undercoat.. I just need to be very delicate with the chipping to keep it in a realistic scale.
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Thank you... whaouw your models and diorama are astonish !!! Is it a Tupolev ? Very impressive
... I love it !


Thanks. It's Beriev A-50, based on IL-76.
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I will make a search on google... Russians aircraft and armor have a very special design.. I like it
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Made a little progress today. Glued some of the clear parts. Pfff. not that easy but It should not be so bad. After masking, began to shade some aeras before spraying a camo coat. So here are some pictures.  P1030617.jpg  P1030618.jpg  P1030621.jpg  P1030622.jpg  P1030623.jpg  P1030624.jpg  P1030626.jpg  P1030627.jpg  P1030628.jpg  P1030629.jpg  P1030630.jpg  P1030631.jpg 

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Coming on a treat, Alain. 
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Awesome!
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Just applied heavy mud and rust wheatering... Still wet. 

First I applied very diluted oil paint. Ochre yellow and Dark umber Sienna. 

Then applied rust pigments on the wet surface.

The color probably change when it will be completely dry. Will show you more pictures later.
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Looks like they're working hard for a living!
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Yes they do [biggrin][biggrin][biggrin]
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Looking good Alain, pigments can be messy, but they add so much to a build.

I'm a cheap scape and only have a few, I usually blend with scraped pastel dust, talking of cheap.

AK have brought out a range of pastel pencils....WTF at 35 euro's you can buy a cheap set of 48 for £5 off Amazon that do same job.

I've had a set for years and find em great for modelling.......Guess AK are reinventing the wheel and charging a fortune for it

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Sorry for the Phil Flory quote, but he's right and for those who don't follow him...............Now they know

These cheap pencils are great for trivial marks, like transit marks on bombs,  with water to 3d decals or wet brush off pencil to actually paint some things

They are an essential part of my weathering and for £5 it was a no brainer, but 35 Euro for the AK version I'd have been losing out for years

I liked them that much I bought a USB powered pencil sharpener (only £4 off Amazon, remember I'm a cheap scape 😉). I do suggest a good pencil sharpener to make the maximum use of them, a sharp point can do some very delicate detail work when needed

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These pencils have me thinking of a new technique, I guess with a dry brush It'd be possible to streak?

I've set myself a challenge...........my Me110 won't have any oil streaking (exclusion is fuel spillage with Ammo fuel stains)

So no oils except fuel stains, I can do that with these pencils at £5

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