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Re: Mr Mee's Resistance.

PostThu Feb 26, 2015 4:39 am

Looking very good there!
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Re: Mr Mee's Resistance.

PostThu Feb 26, 2015 7:14 am

Hey, Mike.

Looks good!

I have a set of Forge World weathering powders that I've never used. Any tips on using them on Resistance models?

Thanks!
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Re: Mr Mee's Resistance.

PostThu Feb 26, 2015 1:53 pm

So nice. Very crisp, detailed job.
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Re: Mr Mee's Resistance.

PostFri Feb 27, 2015 11:04 pm

Cracking job, Mr. Mee - it's easy to forget that this is a 10mm miniature!
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Re: Mr Mee's Resistance.

PostSat Feb 28, 2015 12:31 am

J.D. Welch wrote:Hey, Mike.

Looks good!

I have a set of Forge World weathering powders that I've never used. Any tips on using them on Resistance models?

Thanks!



I don't like weathering powders, sry....

Cheers for the comments guys, was going to get it done for the painting competition but there's always next time.
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Re: Mr Mee's Resistance.

PostSat Feb 28, 2015 1:25 am

Mike Mee wrote:
I don't like weathering powders, sry....



He only likes lemon sherbert
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Re: Mr Mee's Resistance.

PostSat Feb 28, 2015 1:40 am

Golem Gary wrote:
Mike Mee wrote:
I don't like weathering powders, sry....



He only likes lemon sherbert

You're a big help, Gary... NOT! :lol:

What about you? How do you feel about the FW weathering powders?...

Anyone?...
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Re: Mr Mee's Resistance.

PostSat Feb 28, 2015 12:05 pm

J.D. Welch wrote:
What about you? How do you feel about the FW weathering powders?...

Anyone?...


Generally I like them, but only one larger sale minis, not really accurate enough for 10mm
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Re: Mr Mee's Resistance.

PostSat Feb 28, 2015 3:31 pm

Mike Mee wrote:Well i got some work done on my Lift Hawk today, not much but a start. Got the first layer of grey on and a pre-shade.

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I think I need to go back and make the pre-shade stronger but it's a start at least.


Just out of curiosity for my own possible Res starter force, what color gray specifically to you go with prior to shading?
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Re: Mr Mee's Resistance.

PostSat Feb 28, 2015 9:50 pm

Shrapnelsmile wrote:
Mike Mee wrote:I think I need to go back and make the pre-shade stronger but it's a start at least.


Just out of curiosity for my own possible Res starter force, what color gray specifically to you go with prior to shading?


It was Halfords Grey spray primer then Mechanicus Standard Grey from gw then the pre-shade. I will be changing the primer to Tamiya Fine White Primer because that's how the studio models were done, but I forgot :(

The one I am currently doing may be given up as a prize of some sort if it looks to different to one based with white primer instead of grey.
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