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Jan_G

WNW 1/32 Sopwith Snipe (late)

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I got som display bases from Coastal kits.

I have decided that will use insignia one even it has nothing to do with reality, but I like how it looks

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within 1 hour I added some foliage pieces and pigments and it turned out this way

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just need to put som light coats of sand and earth color and finish it with mat varnish and it should be ready...

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Wow, that's a terrific base, Jan! Where did you get it from?

 

Kev

Thanks a lot Kevin

I ordered it from Coastal Kits dispaly bases located in UK. Im not sure if I can post link here.

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the upper wing attached

used medium grey and deep grey for gentle wash, after it dries used some white, brown and dark grey oils for fading

on the silver surface each weathering effect is very visible, so was trying to minimmize all used techniques.

at the end I have added some pigments and oil stains on the underside

 

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thanks for looking

jan

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Jan,

Every aspect of this build is just outstanding!  Really nice paint and your weathering effects look more than just believable. :)

 Keep up the great work my friend! 

 

Paul

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Jan,

Every aspect of this build is just outstanding!  Really nice paint and your weathering effects look more than just believable. :)

 Keep up the great work my friend! 

 

Paul

 

Thanks a lot Paul :)

I really appreciate your compliment

You guys here, are really great inspiration to me with all that perfect builds...

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small update...

ready for final assembly and rigging.

added some light coats of sand and dust acrylics on the underside and wheels

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display base done with some earth pigments and thin layers of sand acrylics

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thanks for looking

jan

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