Discussion in 'Personal Paint Logs' started by Ritual, Mar 7, 2017.
Just posted pics of the Captain and Lieutenant
Wings in progress...
Intersting (quite smooth) gradient on those. Which technique did you use to create it?
I airbrushed the black, then the white, then the grey to blend the two - came out pretty well. The photo isn't great, once I finish up the other side and have them stuck on the model it should be easier to get a better pic.
Ah, airbrush. Ok that explains the smoothness.
....man I have to try that....
It's the future, seriously though blends are sooo easy with an airbrush
It would have taken hours of layers and waiting for them to dry to get that effect manually... Instead it took a couple of minutes. I'm happy with taking the quicker route!
Yeah the results really speak for themselves.
In fact I got a (cheap starter) airbrush some years ago (before I started this hobby) and tried painting a model plane with it.
....and failed miserably which is why I gave the airbrush to my brother who uses it for... something. I will ask him to show me how to use it. Maybe I can at least use it for priming/basecoating a bit. Priming with rattle cans works fine but I am still not a fan of those.
Quicker and I don't consider it cheating as it does take a bit of skill to master it, are you going to edge highlight the tips?
Already done, you just can't make it out cos they go out of focus... Look at the ones closer to the inside and they're like that.
Yep see it now
Off topic, but these bad boys I won in a competition on Facebook arrived today!