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modelakias

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this sea I do is clay in nature ...
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I left a few hours to calm down a bit

were square waves with brush ...






with diagonal movements ....



. and finally became the wake of the ship .. round brush Comenius close the hair to be hard ...






dropped the first varnish, painted after the first hand priming are saying ... and end with color mixing ... 60% blue 30% green and 10% gray has this effect .... with acrylic paints everything today ... you will go around with a second glaze to "seal the colors"





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Next important layers atlakol .... here I present one but you can repeat more.
Thanks to the thick layer of the sea will atlakol began developing transparency and depth.









Our materials .... silicone joint mildew and white akryliki.Chrisimopoieitai koufomaton for sealing of joints and can be painted with common plastic.
See the quantity, minimum white to come out a whitish color with relatively little transparency.
Does mixing easily with a toothpick skewers from the straw .... at this stage the smell is very strong.








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With a hard white brush Spread the mixture in the first place where I've done the first wave with the clay.
I work in a circular motion covering the irregularities on the surface of thalassas.Stamatao once the surface becomes smooth .....








and voualaaaaa ....







end...[smile]Thank you for your time ...



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WOW that is amazing I love it, I really want to do a ship this year and I know how Im going to be doing my base, big thanks 
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Thank you changed it ..sorry...
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Thx man You read in my mind I always wounder how You did diorama thank you bro
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NACE well ...
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Really nice mate, I will be sure to pass this onto my brother who is interested in making a loch on his model railway

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Realistic enough that I am feeling sea sick! thanks for detailing the entire procedure!!
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That is a really nice tutorial. I love the ships too. Will definately come in handy when it comes to my ship base.

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Great video mate, thanks for taking the time to share it with us, your results are amazing. I have an unusual ship sitting down the hobby shop with my name on it, I would love to be able to set it in something like this. Thanks again. [smile]
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