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Re: Gauntlet's Corner

PostSun Aug 21, 2016 2:50 pm

Hey there. Painted my first Shaltari model... its a test paint scheme.

Not certain I like it... let me know what you guys think. I'm afraid it looks too "worn" I guess. Included one of my Scourge and UCM models for reference.

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Re: Gauntlet's Corner

PostTue Aug 23, 2016 2:45 am

Soooo... in the hopes of trying other paint schemes, I tried painting a semi-broken walker with a bronze metalic primer. It didn't go so well, and after stripping paint... it looked in rough shape. Which is fine. My Shaltari models were a steal, and I didn't need this spare walker anyways.

Soooo time to make an objective! Uses the last of my sidewalk plasti-card supply... so I won't be doing terrain for a bit I imagine.

1) Cut out plasticard, attach steel sheet with adhesive back, and cut out. This gives some much needed weight.
2) Glue down destroyed walker/item.
3) Glue down spare bits and possibly bits of cork.
4) Put more glue down as puddles, run piece into a small container filled with sand. Wait, shake spare sand off.
5) Spray paint grey.
6) Glue in pre-primed car hulks.

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Painting is all that is left! Which I won't do until I have that paint scheme down lol!
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