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20 août 2009 4 20 /08 /août /2009 21:17

Hello everyone,
It has been a while since my last update. I am being through a tough period in life so.....No more details about that... sorry
Well I finish the mighty mite. the staging is pretty basic but allowed me to realize the last Bravo6 figures.
Another product I want to introduce is the modelling pigments from the new french firm : Dust Diggers. Those are amazing and I will present them soon.
Here are the pics.
THis model will be published in the next Special Issue of steelMasters Mag.
Hope you'll like it.
Cheers
E.




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24 juillet 2009 5 24 /07 /juillet /2009 12:45
Hello everyone,

The painting stage begin with a layer of grey primer. For the first time, I used Klir as tamiya thinner.
It gives the paint a very smooth and satin finish.

I applied a very dark green as the marines corps  green base color and airsprayed lights and shadows
to obtain  deep contrats to color.

The first filters are made from oil colors using dark green and dark blue shades
(I noticed that marines vehicle has often some blue reflects)
I also started the figures painting inspired by Andrea Cabios technique.
I am trying to paint the base color and first shades by airbrushing acrylics colors.
(face and other flesh areas has been previoulsy masked with silly putty)
Cheers
Emilien



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15 juillet 2009 3 15 /07 /juillet /2009 20:55
Hello everybody,

Let's talk about the first jeep in use by the USMC in Vietnam.


                                                                

                                                                  
(src : internet)

This jeep was designed to be "aerotransportable" by the sikorsky H34. As the UH1 series (with a largest weight capacity of transport) entered in service, this jeep was replaced by the most known M151 Mutt and M38 jeep.

This tiny vehicle, recently released by Plus Model, appears a great original Nam subject.



The resin kit is absolutely amazing, in the top 5 of the best resin kits I ever built !
The instruction sheet seemed sometimes unclear but I checked  some part adjustment helping by  the built model pictures availabled on the Plus Model website.
As you would notice, I didn't need putty !!!!
The diorama scenario will be basic with some of excellent Bravo6 figures.....
To be continued !

                                                                                               
                                                                                                                               






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