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eduardo

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Great start, that engine looks amazing[thumb]
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Hi there,

An owesome job with that engine. I really like the rusty effect...

I am looking for getting the same effect on my bf-109 exhaust. How do you get it? Do you use pigments or only painting?

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Hi there,

An owesome job with that engine. I really like the rusty effect...

I am looking for getting the same effect on my bf-109 exhaust. How do you get it? Do you use pigments or only painting?

Miguel


Thanks!

First I put down a layer of steel, I then stipples with brown, red and orange. Before the paint is totally dry I put on some pigments mostly to get a rougher surface. Finally after a matt coat I apply a black/brown oil wash for some stain effect.
That's the way I do it hope you can use some of the ideas!

/Daniel

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Thanks! First I put down a layer of steel


Do you apply the steel layer to the exhaust pipe too?

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I then stipples with brown, red and orange. Before the paint is totally dry I put on some pigments mostly to get a rougher surface.


Do you put those dots close or separated each other? I mean, can you see the underneath steel layer between them?

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Finally after a matt coat I apply a black/brown oil wash for some stain effect. That's the way I do it hope you can use some of the ideas! /Daniel


Humm, I really have to give it a try [rolleyes][rolleyes]... Photos of the process would help a lot... [biggrin][biggrin]

Thanks a lot for your answer!!!
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Yeah great info Daniel, thanks mate, will definitely try that one out!
Good job! [smile]

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Thanks! First I put down a layer of steel


Do you apply the steel layer to the exhaust pipe too?

Quote:
Originally Posted by ddoc666
I then stipples with brown, red and orange. Before the paint is totally dry I put on some pigments mostly to get a rougher surface.


Do you put those dots close or separated each other? I mean, can you see the underneath steel layer between them?

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Originally Posted by ddoc666
Finally after a matt coat I apply a black/brown oil wash for some stain effect. That's the way I do it hope you can use some of the ideas! /Daniel


Humm, I really have to give it a try [rolleyes][rolleyes]... Photos of the process would help a lot... [biggrin][biggrin]

Thanks a lot for your answer!!!


I will make some rust on the second engine tonight, I can take and share some photos of it

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I would be very grateful if you did it, Daniel. [biggrin][biggrin]

Thanks you.
Thanks you.
Thanks you.
Thanks you.
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Engine is really looking the part!!! nice work!!
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Here comes the step by step photos I promised. I'm no expert whatsoever I came up with this while helping my son with his Tiger and tested a lot of techniques and this is the mix of them that looked best to me. It's only the end-pipe that will be visible in the end. 

This is what I use


I start with a steel base coat


When stipple it's important to remove most of the paint from the brush (I use an old one with quite thick bristles) It's a lot like dry brushing only the motion is up down with a twist instead of side to side


Then it's all about adding layers
Umber


Red


Orange


Brown pigments a flat coat and an oil wash


At the end some black pigments for soot effect and another matt layer


Worso I hope it's more helpful now [smile]

Thanks for reading /Daniel 




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Worso

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Yes, yes, yes!!!!!!! [eek]

This post help me a lot!!! [eek][eek][eek][eek][eek][eek][eek]

Thanks, thanks, thanks a lot for the photo report. It is what I was looking for!!!

In your first explanation I thought you used the stain effect like the one used for weathering tanks (with oils)

I really like the effect!!! And a really, really helpful tutorial!!!

Thanks a lot again. Tonight you have made a man really, really happy!!!!!! [biggrin][biggrin][biggrin]

By the way, that second engine is getting the same awesome looking than the previous one!!!

Now, I have to try it on the exhausts of my 109... I'll be very pleased if I get only a half of yours

Thanks a lot again.

Miguel

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Spot on!![thumb][thumb][thumb]
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wow, great looking rust and a nice tutorial! I'll use this in the future, thanks for posting it!

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Time for a little update.

I finally got the delivery from Eduard. Because I ordered the wrong interior the first time I have now spent the same amount as the Big Ed kit [frown]



And so started my first real photo etch adventure [smile]

So far I made the flaps for one side. Originally I planned to leave them of until the painting stage but since they goes under the wheel well I decided to put them in place to be able to get a good fit in the end. But I'm a bit concerned about braking them when I take care of that seam line in between.



Happy modelling!! /Daniel

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Beautiful work with the photo etch Danilel !
I'm sure you will be ok if you are mindful of them when you fix that seam


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Very nice work on the flaps Daniel, and for what it's worth I bumped mine off the Spitfire a number of times, they go back on without protest. [biggrin]
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