I saw a vid of a guy working on a FW-190 where the guy used a very thinned spray of Buff, but can't seam to find it again. although your idea about the green-perhaps over the X-5-might be better. Perhaps it's time to break out the labs rats and experiment.JMac said:The camo pattern looks sharp.
A flat coat might settle / tone down the green a little. Maybe a light coat of a really thin flat grey or another tone of green first... Not sure, I was thinking about suing some really thinned down greys on my Herc build to break up it's colours and to tone down some surfaces. I've never tried it before, but might it work.
Thanks for the info!Steve_L said:Awesome work so far! Really cool paint job.
You can tone it down with a very thin mixture of Tamiya Buff. It really works out and gives the surface a dusty look and blends the camo pattern in.