March 23, 2019
Here is the first application of painting using for shades "tank-green" of Vallejo
Applied "tank-green" of Vallejo in all surface without affect the shades
Ready the paint work, I mixed Duck-egg-green 75% + Tank green 25% of Vallejo: Next step - I will detail the tools, wheels and tracks!
Details of tools, wheels and tracks!. I will retouch 1 tool. Next step: Coat of Satin Varnish of Vallejo and Decals. I do not recommend using matt varnish because it can whiten the model. Using the satin varnish is better because the washes "runs" for better down or where you want the filters
NOTE: Sorry, I forgot to remove the front support for tracks, remove now is to destroy the front and re-start again, I prefer to use adding the tracks..
I proceeded to make a light wash with "matt trainer yellow" Humbrol #24 thinned with Enamel Thinner of Humbrol. As you see, the colour has been changed satisfactorily to the color I was looking for.. Next step: Weathering.
I applied a ligth weathering with solvent spirit and oils with yellow naples. Next step: working the tracks and after I will outline or retouch with pigments and final weathering with airbrush.
I applied a ligth weathering with Pigments of Vallejo.
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