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Jezz

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Here is a little kit i thought i would experiment with


All min parts have been assembled


Instead of preshadding i decided to pai t the whole kit black and build up the top colour so try to get a bit more tones of colour

Main colour down next will be the post shading



The same airframe colour mixed with whites has been airbrush in the centre of each of the panels




A light was has been applied after the aircraft had been futured


Decals have been added awaiting matt clear coat time to start with the base now
So hers is the base i decided i needed something a little different so wanted to try a ned idea i had which is to use clear silicone over a googled image of of some water the silicone sealant over the image i think looks like a rippeling sea what do u guys think of the progress so far










What do u all think comments and question all welcome

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vdbo76

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Hey Jezz, what a perfect timing. Looking for a nice way to make water and you just gave me a great way to do that! Very nice build and the painting is amazing, specially for 1/144 scale. Great job :-)
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Jezz

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Originally Posted by vdbo76
Hey Jezz, what a perfect timing. Looking for a nice way to make water and you just gave me a great way to do that! Very nice build and the painting is amazing, specially for 1/144 scale. Great job :-)


Thanks its very easy & effective way of doing it buy in a larger area i did another method using mod podge i will post that one up also for you
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Jezz,
VERY nice work and finish. I think that kind of paint technique is often used with figures and some armor? its called "Zoom". Sorry If I am naming it the wrong technique. Well, the paint you did looks really good. that base is a great idea also and works well with 1/144. thanks for sharing this project with us.

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Jezz

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Here is another in flight build i recently finished ising a different method for water this time used mod podge i will post a wip up later
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Very nice build Jezz. Clever shading and water effects. Might pinch that idea in the future sometime. [smile]
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nigel56

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I love the techniques used in painting the model by using a black undercoat and build up shades, Jezz.

Think the technique you are thinking of Ted is Zenith painting, used to highlight areas hit by a specific light source.

That's a brilliant way to make a water base...looks great.

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That is really nice. Easy waterbase setup.
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