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Discussion in 'Painting Techniques' started by Bert Takken, Oct 3, 2004.

  1. Bert Takken New Member

    Hi guys
    Today I had the mood to start a little painting (was saving my energy for my nightshift) so I took my 120 mm Choppercrewman and painted a bit
    What I've to do for finishing is give the figgie some shadow lines, patches, a new belt and his boots need a wash and shine, The pistol had to be a little bit metalized
    Just a bit shinny but with some mattlack the shining will disappear



    greetings form the Netherlands
  2. erwin van de beek New Member

    Hello Bert,
    I like the way you blended the oils on the clothes, very well done.
    Is the helmet ready? Maybe an unitemblem on it, like in Apocalyse Now!!
    Also going in the nightshift? Goodluck!!
    enne Bert, ben vandaag dus van Twenot afgekickt, ondanks mijn persoonlijke excuus mail naar Rob Plas.
    Sorry hoor, stelletje losers.
    Look at the comments at WW2 Modelmaker?
    Greetings and bye,
  3. erwin van de beek New Member

    Maybe: Who calles me flyboy?

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