Guest Peterpools Posted August 6, 2011 Share Posted August 6, 2011 Raf Thanks for the compliments; greatly appreciated. Wheel wells were first washed with warm soapy water and left to air dry, followed up with Tamiya Gray primer. Model Master YZC was thinned 1:1 with X-20A and shot at 20 PSI and left to dry for a bit. Then everything else was hand painted with either MM or Tamiya acrylics and a 000 or a 20 zero brush (my persona; favorite). All the chrome parts were hand painted with Tamiya X-11 Chrome Silver (hand paints great but the pigment is too thick and grainny when air brushing). Washes where done with Winsor Newton Lamp Black oils. Dry Brushed a bit with dark gray and called it a day. Nothing really special, just a few hours of hand painting and listening to either 50's or 60's tunes or the Yankees. Peter Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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