- Sep 8, 2012
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Great weathering. I am a huge Star Wars fan and the chipping is superb. I wonder if The Slave 1 is the most weathered subject around... well sci fi wise anyway?
Thanks !adampolo13 said:I will have to try using BBQ sauce for my next attempt at weathering!!! Looks great
Thanks John !merseajohn said:Nice job really tying it all together ;D Fitchenfoo is quite simply awesome.
Thanks Gav!kiwi gav said:Great weathering. I am a huge Star Wars fan and the chipping is superb. I wonder if The Slave 1 is the most weathered subject around... well sci fi wise anyway?
Agreed, oils WILL take time to dry. The good thing about this is that, at this time, I can't put much more then an hour an hour and a half a day every second day on modelling. So I get all the pro's of oils without its long drying time. And they are SO EASY to work with. 8) Nevertheless, could you guide me towards weathering alternatives that have a faster drying time ? Thanks Grendel!Grendels said:I have used that weathering technique before and will do so again. The only problem is that oils do take some time to dry. But other than that. It can produce great results!
Interested in seeing her all done!
Thanks Quaralane, it's exactly the way I'm feeling now; not what I envisioned but still pleasant to the eye. It funny how a couple of days off can change your perspective on things. What I learned: if you want to use white or light grey do some streaking/discoloration, APPLY VERY LIGHTLY. Especially on darker colors.Quaralane said:May not be coming out the way you envisioned, but it's still looking good
Thanks Bill.PANZERMAN said:Great paint chipping and varied weathering effects. Keep up the good work. Bill
Hey MJ ! As always: Thanks for your ongoing supportmerseajohn said:Awesome 8)
Thanks Gav ! ;Dkiwi gav said:I must agree fantastic weathering and chipping.