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  • dneedham
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    I'd reccomend water color brown for that, since the watercolor will make it a lighter color...
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  • MaxPower
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    Yes.... These are the details Im looking for !

    If you see the smokes, that has sticked to the wings.. ! Those are the ones.. !

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  • dneedham
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    Definatley chips in the paint on all leading edges, oil smears going from the exhaust manifolds/back, dirty/muddy wheels/underside, perhaps some patches for battle damage...





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  • MaxPower
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    Originally posted by seventwo
    If you do an oil wash you may want to clear coat the model first.
    http://www.naritafamily.com/howto/F14D/photo_frame.htm
    This link mighht help, also try the "tools and tips" section on www.aircraftresourcecenter.com
    Thank you very much for your help. I find the link (images) very useful)

    I owe you a beer, mate !

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  • Chris@YYZ
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    Originally posted by seventwo
    If you do an oil wash you may want to clear coat the model first.
    http://www.naritafamily.com/howto/F14D/photo_frame.htm
    This link mighht help, also try the "tools and tips" section on www.aircraftresourcecenter.com
    yeah, the aircraftresource centre forums are also an excellent place to ask questions.

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  • seventwo
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    If you do an oil wash you may want to clear coat the model first.
    http://www.naritafamily.com/howto/F14D/photo_frame.htm
    This link mighht help, also try the "tools and tips" section on www.aircraftresourcecenter.com

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  • Simpleboy
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    For an oily appearance, I get black paint and thin it down, Waster, meths, Turps etc depending on the type of paint. Then apply it over the model. Put more concentrated amounts were i want more oily appearance.

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  • MaxPower
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    Originally posted by [email protected]
    try some oil pastels.
    the way I weather my models is I leave them in a 'cage' outside and periodically spray them with my own mixture of various liquids and then about 2 months later I use some pastels and a little dirty steel colored pen, but my methods dont work on die-cast. (note: I only do this to WW1 and WW2 models)
    Well my models are aint die-cast either, more like you see above in the previous post. It's all plastic, so basically it is a perfect model to do this on.
    As it would stick better to it than diecast , right ?


    Edit: Thanks btw for posting your method. !

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  • Chris@YYZ
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    try some oil pastels.
    the way I weather my models is I leave them in a 'cage' outside and periodically spray them with my own mixture of various liquids and then about 2 months later I use some pastels and a little dirty steel colored pen, but my methods dont work on die-cast. (note: I only do this to WW1 and WW2 models)

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  • MaxPower
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    Originally posted by Crunk415balla
    I suppose you could chip off some paint, or re-paint parts of it yourself.
    Thanks for your reply. I was thinking more about thin layers of dried "oil" on the wings, or "smoked" areas on it. You know, so it would look dirty, and so on !!!

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  • Crunk415balla
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    I suppose you could chip off some paint, or re-paint parts of it yourself.

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  • Any good weathering effects for this Corgi 1/72 (B17) ??????

    Hey guys, I was wondering if where can I purchase something for the models.
    Like the threadtitle says, some weathering effects to make the model look better.

    Wingspan is 19 inches in length .







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