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Choppa Nutta

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this is off to a great start Thomas !!
really liking the wear and tear of the paint work especially on the seat, very natural
Someone else for me learn from [thumb] [smile]

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Paul, i  saw this chipping effect on Fabian's Zero (Vdbo76) and just asked him how he did it.
Here is his answer:
Sure! Step by step:
1) Painted the enging cover silver (Vallejo metallic)
2) After drying gloss coat acrylic to seal the silver and get a smooth surface.
3) after drying sprayed 3 coats of AK interactive worn effect. Let it dry for 15-30 minutes
4) spray light coats of black acrylic. Let it dry for 15-30 minutes. Touch dry is what you're looking for
5) brush on water with a soft brush to activate the worn effect medium. Start scratching the surface with a more stiff brush, toothpick or needle. The more wet the surface is the more paint will come of. If you spray a thicker coat of black the chips will be bigger to.
6) let it dry and later weather or seal as you wish - done :-)

It's the same as the hairspray technique btw. I hope this was more or less clear? If not please let me know :-)

I got the heavy chipping fluid from AK, and was suprised how easy it is if you follow Fabian's steps. Real great effects. The Advantage to Hairspray is
you can manage it a lot better with the AB, and i dunked the seats in the fluid. Still works great. BTW i learned everything here from bobby, and the great Guys in this Forum.

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man that is all looking so nice! I've got to get some of that chipping fluid also!
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Thank you for the step by step Thomas [thumb] [smile]
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Looks like a lot of fun detailing that interior. Have to agree with everyone else the chipping looks great.
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Good stuff! The chipping is realistic, the transfers look nice! I love the Mr Surfacer for padding on the seats, Milliput always looks way out of scale when I try to make it that way. I will be using this!!
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Two words: The Step by step is from Fabian Vdbo76, and the Mr. Surfacer is two coats, than smoothing it with laquer thinner. i think its the same like cellulose
thinner you guys use in the UK. I really like how it came out. i will add some seat belts and give it some live too. This is the first time i am doing a armoured vehicle and i have to say, i like it very much. On the other side , doing the details can carry you totally away, like there is no end. And then you close the hull and nothing will be seen anymore, ever. [biggrin] The journey is the destination in modelling. More pictures tomorrow.

Thanks for the kind words

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I worked more on the interior. And, i am starting to really like modelling vehicles.







A look from the open back. The Handles from the sealing are PE





The dirt on the Floor is a selfmade clay wash i am trying out.

Door inside with injector Pin marks [frown]



Vinyl Tracks. Rubber pads painted Nato Black and tracks Mr. color steel. Then i used my homemade claywash and highlighted it with a Artist pencil.





Thanks for looking.





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I can see that you like it, this is all looking very nice. Love the interior shot!
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Excellent work Thomas! looking very "real". If you don't want to close off all that work you could use very small ceramic magnets to hold the door closed--then pop it off to show the inside? Well, at least you have the pictures.
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This is looking good !!

love this shot -

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Thanks Guys, I am really liking the armour build. I will fill the inside up with all kind of things like food boxes backpacks, coke, pepsi, etc.
i am kind of excited with the outside spraying now, because i want to try a bit of modulation.

btw, i ordered another Tank Kit, but thats for later.

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Wow, that looks incredible, very realistic... i need to look at interiors in another build.

but first i need to finish at least one kit, been doing this hobby for just over a year now and still not finished a kit :/

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 a Little update. I started closing the hull and primed it with Stynylrez.




Base coat Tamiya XF-61 Olive drab. I start thinning the paint and added Light sea gull grey for modulation. About 4 passes.



I also used the color to bleach effect the top a little


Could not resist to put on the 50 cal. Painted with Flat black and "drybrushed" with a silver Pencil




After a future gloss coat i started decalling. pretty straight forward.








I used the light gull grey and a dark brown. to do some chipping around the corners.



Also i used Oil for a Pin wash and a bit streaking effects. Just wonder if this will all be visible later because i plan to make it really dirty.
I sprayed a light layer of matt to see how it comes out. The color really lightened up.







Started dirtying up the ramp




Thats it for now. Thanks for looking.



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looking good !!
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