Doppelkonig mit Pommes

urumomo

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Thanks !
I use alkyd as the base coat so the alcohol has no effect on it .
You can use the technique with all acrylic but you just need to be way more careful with the alcohol or risk removing the base coat as well .
 

Steve Ski

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This is going to be a trip, and a half, wow! Talk about a rework, impressive. Ruck On Bby, bookmarked!
 

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Ha ha - cool ,, Thanks , Ski .
I need to get back to it -- - I'm picking at a Takom KT with full interior at the moment .
I should start a thread for it I guess .
 

the Baron

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I do a something like that using a soft-ish scotch-bright pad.
First the steel color underneath, then color?, then light rubbing
with the scrub pad till I get desired effect!!
I use the same technique on my Maschinen Krieger builds. I prime with Army Painter matte black enamel, and then use water-based or Tamiya acrylics for the color coats. Then I can scuff the acrylics off for wear and tear with the green scouring pads.
 

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