Okay chaps, I finally made some bench time today. In the week I just can't find any time at the moment .
I have added some heavy post shading, this is Tamiya Smoke, Flat Black and drop of Hull Red. This was heavily thinned and then sprayed over the all the edges and welds. Also I painted up the tools which will be added, for these I used Vallejo acrylics, the good ole Mig Track wash and Abt.502 oils
Oh yeah.....looks excellent, Paul. Nice detail on the pioneer tools.
"You watch the world exploding every single night Dancing in the sun a newborn in the light, Brothers and their fathers joining hands and make a chain The shadow of the Wicker Man is rising up again......" ------"The Wicker Man", by Iron Maiden
Ian that Mig or AK track wash is a darned good all-rounder. You can of course use it for tracks too .
Marco, thank you bro, you be too kind .
Ian H. cheers mucker
Boots, well if you say that then I must be doing something right , cheers dude.
Steve, appreciated mushty . And painting things separately doesn't always occur to me either .
Tommy, cheers meistro . The base coat was Vallejo Hobby Paint primer (German Grey), then I gave it a brush paint with very thin grey acrylic (Vallejo German grey and USAF dull grey), then silver around the edges and finally the Track Wash which was washed right back apart from the raised bits .