Sure can Paul. Going to have a bash at oil dots and rain streaking, never tried either
Jabs, had to give it a go mate, wouldn't be easy with my right hand but I can't use that one so had to do it left handed
The positive side is it's amazing how quickly you great to a 'skill' level that you're happy with. Oil dots, that one is quite easy especially when you realise a cut down cocktail stick makes a perfect applicator.
"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
Weathering sorts itself out mate...........this`ll shape up nicely with the next stages and don`t be frightened of mistakes........i`ve had many a weathering fopar that has turned into my best friend at the end.......i quite often start quite heavy and fade everything back as i go along with washes/filters/pigs etc.........stick with it and use this as ya starting canvas and don`t worry about big chips and stuff, you can always come back in with original body colour at any time
Ian, I am with Boots on this one! So many weathering went sideways but in the end we wouldnt do this if it was easy and we had nothing to learn. Been away from the bench for two years and I feel like I am doing my first models this year You got this under total control brother and it looks darn good
Hi Robbo, nice T54 you got yourself going on here. I like the weathering and don't worry about the chips. I don't find them to be too big. Don't forget that Soviet paint quality wasn't that great. Looks good to me!