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Mals Way, Corsair, USS Bunker Hill, Carrier Deck, Part II.

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Allright...i had to dryfit now.....want to see this one.....Hell yea what a BIG bird........lol....

 

 

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This is my first timer with postshading technicue and not using any preshade....

 

 

Closeups....

 

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/Mal

 

 

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Love it Mal ... I'm with you, the misalignment of the walkway would have bothered me no end. Now it's back to your usual spectacular standard! Love your work, I'm watching every update.

 

Jim

Thanks Jim...then you know how gnabbing a misswork can be and continue the build an let it be and it still annoying....and when done...it is there...better to fix it in early stages....or it will irritate you alot....and im the one that like to look at my models every day in their glass cabinets in the livingroom....

 

as redoings in my opinion build skills and fast as they in fact happen to every modeller..(they are there to learn from)....even the PRO Builders got them...but they never show them...as i wish they could since the task is to how to fix misshaps....a tutuorial in goofs is rarely seen...as we builders do them sometimes...as ive promised this build is naked and true all the way...as it should be..namely mine...Mals Way....all the way....noithin to be a shamed of.....as my goal is to get a nice model in the glass cabinett...... ;) and have a drink with my ww2 interested buddies and gagging about ww2 stuff over when they are at my Place....

 

/Mal

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Guest Peterpools

Mal

Sweet wok on the Big Corsair., the air brush work is flawless. Looking forward to your post shading techniques and go so, so I can take notes.

Keep 'em coming

Peter

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Peter......Most postshading have been done....different panelshades...i know many do them afterwards as last thing...but not here due several steps to make all blend in....ill do som minor postshade later if needed.....

 

im in experimenting with washes now, and after some testing....yes grey will work...shadow colors for blue hmmm more green as it is closer to blue.ehn looking at the color circle for oilpainiting ....oilpainting stuff runs thru my mind.....

 

Ill sleep on the matter and i will test more on scrap pieces.....as im very patience guy and stubborn........

 

/Mal

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Thanks Misha for them kind Words....

 

 

yep tried green...far to stark.....grey seems the best candidate...as it gets that subtle effect im after......Oilpaints is the thing and also Tamiyas Panel Line Washes...as they can be mixed....;)

 

A note as i know blue oilpaint sunch as preussian blue is a hell to remove...sonce the pigments really "sticks" and impossibleto remover......so hey folks stick away from  that one...it is perfect for fuel stains when wanting that shimmering effect of blueish in the fuelstain dirt.....

 

So stay tuned more to come....

 

/Mal

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