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1/32 REVELL TORNADO

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Yes no problem

I start off painting the cockpit matt black using Tamiya matt black, then I spray from the top MRP light grey, which captures the shadows, which are matt black, I then just cover these with a light spray so there not to stark.

MRP paints are already thinned, so its a nice steady build up.

I do the same on the ejector seats.

it's then a case of hand painting using Vallejo paints, and using washes to darken and make it look worn.

once you're happy I dry brush using a light grey, but it's a very dry brush.

it's all down to personal taste, but try it, if you don't like it strip it back with paint stripper and start again, I have done this many times.

it's worth getting some good reference pictures, and try and follow how they look, you will get the hang of it once you try it.

Mike

 

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Well it all works, look pretty good.  What's the end subject going to be?  GR1 perhaps?

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