WW1 Macchi M5 1/48 Diorama and figure.

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WW1 Macchi M5 1/48 Diorama and figure.

Joined: September 17th, 2007, 1:36 pm

May 8th, 2012, 8:36 am #1

Hello,


En français ici:

http://www.master194.com/forum/viewtopi ... d6374b7ec0


I just finished the base and the pontoon to make a small diorama.

The aircraft has just been out of the water and the pilot comes out exhausted.

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The plane will be the other way, the tail to the slope is not aesthetical.

The pontoon is made of wood salvaged from a food box.
The wood is scraped with a wire brush to make grooves. It's sanded. First try, I use brown paint with grey dry brush. The color was too dark.

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The wood is painted with acrylic white paint. Washes with black and gray oil paint very dilute.
I wanted a badly worn wood color (by the sun) so we can see water stains easily.

[/IMG]

I used polystyrene coated with miliput on each side.

The pebbles are made with kitty litter. Smaller stones are sorted with a screen made with a teabag. They cover the edges of the road.

[/IMG]

Everything is painted with Buff XF57 (and desert yellow XF60) with white dry brush.

[/IMG]

[/IMG]

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[/IMG]

Mig pigment is deposited at the entrances of the pontoon
Water stains are made with black and brown paint and varnished.

The pilot is made from a model made for the train. He stands his back after a long flight.
It will look something like this:

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The master is too fragile. So I made a mold and manufacture a resin figure.

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The face is painted light cream (or pink). The shadows are made with brown paint. Buff Tamiya and oil paint.
It's pretty easy when the face very well engraved.

[/IMG]



Then I cleared the protruding areas with a little pink paint. I finished the eyes and mouth.


[/IMG]

[/IMG]
The base comes from:

[uhttp://soclakit86.jimdo.com/ [/ u]

For those who do not know what is MDF. It is working with a cutter blade smoothly if it is necessary because it is tender enough.


As I suggested Mark, I tried to clear with a touch of white (oil) the "bridge" of the nose and the two reliefs that leave from the nose

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He dried warm (oven or wood stove pipe for me). The painting becomes duller.

The collar of the shirt is red with two silver stars (or gold):

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Water stains are made with the oil painting very dark brown and black very diluted. Some are covered with satin varnish. I tried "mig wet effect" but it is too bright and it seemed to have a thick layer. I do try it again to learn how to use it properly...

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Under the floats I have dark sand color with a dark brown juice.

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I have not dared to put the gloss for a wet hull.

The wheel base is varnished.

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Regards.

Louis
Last edited by huberlu on May 8th, 2012, 5:16 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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Joined: October 30th, 2010, 6:07 am

May 8th, 2012, 9:19 am #2

well, that looks simply fantastic!
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Joined: August 15th, 2005, 9:06 am

May 8th, 2012, 9:55 am #3

Hello,


En français ici:

http://www.master194.com/forum/viewtopi ... d6374b7ec0


I just finished the base and the pontoon to make a small diorama.

The aircraft has just been out of the water and the pilot comes out exhausted.

[/IMG]

[/IMG]


The plane will be the other way, the tail to the slope is not aesthetical.

The pontoon is made of wood salvaged from a food box.
The wood is scraped with a wire brush to make grooves. It's sanded. First try, I use brown paint with grey dry brush. The color was too dark.

[/IMG]

[/IMG]


The wood is painted with acrylic white paint. Washes with black and gray oil paint very dilute.
I wanted a badly worn wood color (by the sun) so we can see water stains easily.

[/IMG]

I used polystyrene coated with miliput on each side.

The pebbles are made with kitty litter. Smaller stones are sorted with a screen made with a teabag. They cover the edges of the road.

[/IMG]

Everything is painted with Buff XF57 (and desert yellow XF60) with white dry brush.

[/IMG]

[/IMG]

[/IMG]

[/IMG]

Mig pigment is deposited at the entrances of the pontoon
Water stains are made with black and brown paint and varnished.

The pilot is made from a model made for the train. He stands his back after a long flight.
It will look something like this:

[/IMG]

[/IMG]


The master is too fragile. So I made a mold and manufacture a resin figure.

[/IMG]

The face is painted light cream (or pink). The shadows are made with brown paint. Buff Tamiya and oil paint.
It's pretty easy when the face very well engraved.

[/IMG]



Then I cleared the protruding areas with a little pink paint. I finished the eyes and mouth.


[/IMG]

[/IMG]
The base comes from:

[uhttp://soclakit86.jimdo.com/ [/ u]

For those who do not know what is MDF. It is working with a cutter blade smoothly if it is necessary because it is tender enough.


As I suggested Mark, I tried to clear with a touch of white (oil) the "bridge" of the nose and the two reliefs that leave from the nose

[/img]

[/img]

[/img]



He dried warm (oven or wood stove pipe for me). The painting becomes duller.

The collar of the shirt is red with two silver stars (or gold):

[/img]

[/IMG]

[/IMG]


Water stains are made with the oil painting very dark brown and black very diluted. Some are covered with satin varnish. I tried "mig wet effect" but it is too bright and it seemed to have a thick layer. I do try it again to learn how to use it properly...

[/IMG]


Under the floats I have dark sand color with a dark brown juice.

[/IMG]

I have not dared to put the gloss for a wet hull.

The wheel base is varnished.

[/IMG]

[/IMG]

[/IMG]

[/IMG]


[/IMG]

[/IMG]

[/IMG]


[/IMG]


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[/IMG]


Regards.

Louis
Both airplane and pilot. Very nice!!

Cheers
Ralf
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Joined: February 7th, 2011, 12:54 pm

May 8th, 2012, 9:59 am #4

Hello,


En français ici:

http://www.master194.com/forum/viewtopi ... d6374b7ec0


I just finished the base and the pontoon to make a small diorama.

The aircraft has just been out of the water and the pilot comes out exhausted.

[/IMG]

[/IMG]


The plane will be the other way, the tail to the slope is not aesthetical.

The pontoon is made of wood salvaged from a food box.
The wood is scraped with a wire brush to make grooves. It's sanded. First try, I use brown paint with grey dry brush. The color was too dark.

[/IMG]

[/IMG]


The wood is painted with acrylic white paint. Washes with black and gray oil paint very dilute.
I wanted a badly worn wood color (by the sun) so we can see water stains easily.

[/IMG]

I used polystyrene coated with miliput on each side.

The pebbles are made with kitty litter. Smaller stones are sorted with a screen made with a teabag. They cover the edges of the road.

[/IMG]

Everything is painted with Buff XF57 (and desert yellow XF60) with white dry brush.

[/IMG]

[/IMG]

[/IMG]

[/IMG]

Mig pigment is deposited at the entrances of the pontoon
Water stains are made with black and brown paint and varnished.

The pilot is made from a model made for the train. He stands his back after a long flight.
It will look something like this:

[/IMG]

[/IMG]


The master is too fragile. So I made a mold and manufacture a resin figure.

[/IMG]

The face is painted light cream (or pink). The shadows are made with brown paint. Buff Tamiya and oil paint.
It's pretty easy when the face very well engraved.

[/IMG]



Then I cleared the protruding areas with a little pink paint. I finished the eyes and mouth.


[/IMG]

[/IMG]
The base comes from:

[uhttp://soclakit86.jimdo.com/ [/ u]

For those who do not know what is MDF. It is working with a cutter blade smoothly if it is necessary because it is tender enough.


As I suggested Mark, I tried to clear with a touch of white (oil) the "bridge" of the nose and the two reliefs that leave from the nose

[/img]

[/img]

[/img]



He dried warm (oven or wood stove pipe for me). The painting becomes duller.

The collar of the shirt is red with two silver stars (or gold):

[/img]

[/IMG]

[/IMG]


Water stains are made with the oil painting very dark brown and black very diluted. Some are covered with satin varnish. I tried "mig wet effect" but it is too bright and it seemed to have a thick layer. I do try it again to learn how to use it properly...

[/IMG]


Under the floats I have dark sand color with a dark brown juice.

[/IMG]

I have not dared to put the gloss for a wet hull.

The wheel base is varnished.

[/IMG]

[/IMG]

[/IMG]

[/IMG]


[/IMG]

[/IMG]

[/IMG]


[/IMG]


[/IMG]


[/IMG]


Regards.

Louis
very nice work !!
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Joined: June 8th, 2011, 1:45 pm

May 8th, 2012, 12:28 pm #5

Hello,


En français ici:

http://www.master194.com/forum/viewtopi ... d6374b7ec0


I just finished the base and the pontoon to make a small diorama.

The aircraft has just been out of the water and the pilot comes out exhausted.

[/IMG]

[/IMG]


The plane will be the other way, the tail to the slope is not aesthetical.

The pontoon is made of wood salvaged from a food box.
The wood is scraped with a wire brush to make grooves. It's sanded. First try, I use brown paint with grey dry brush. The color was too dark.

[/IMG]

[/IMG]


The wood is painted with acrylic white paint. Washes with black and gray oil paint very dilute.
I wanted a badly worn wood color (by the sun) so we can see water stains easily.

[/IMG]

I used polystyrene coated with miliput on each side.

The pebbles are made with kitty litter. Smaller stones are sorted with a screen made with a teabag. They cover the edges of the road.

[/IMG]

Everything is painted with Buff XF57 (and desert yellow XF60) with white dry brush.

[/IMG]

[/IMG]

[/IMG]

[/IMG]

Mig pigment is deposited at the entrances of the pontoon
Water stains are made with black and brown paint and varnished.

The pilot is made from a model made for the train. He stands his back after a long flight.
It will look something like this:

[/IMG]

[/IMG]


The master is too fragile. So I made a mold and manufacture a resin figure.

[/IMG]

The face is painted light cream (or pink). The shadows are made with brown paint. Buff Tamiya and oil paint.
It's pretty easy when the face very well engraved.

[/IMG]



Then I cleared the protruding areas with a little pink paint. I finished the eyes and mouth.


[/IMG]

[/IMG]
The base comes from:

[uhttp://soclakit86.jimdo.com/ [/ u]

For those who do not know what is MDF. It is working with a cutter blade smoothly if it is necessary because it is tender enough.


As I suggested Mark, I tried to clear with a touch of white (oil) the "bridge" of the nose and the two reliefs that leave from the nose

[/img]

[/img]

[/img]



He dried warm (oven or wood stove pipe for me). The painting becomes duller.

The collar of the shirt is red with two silver stars (or gold):

[/img]

[/IMG]

[/IMG]


Water stains are made with the oil painting very dark brown and black very diluted. Some are covered with satin varnish. I tried "mig wet effect" but it is too bright and it seemed to have a thick layer. I do try it again to learn how to use it properly...

[/IMG]


Under the floats I have dark sand color with a dark brown juice.

[/IMG]

I have not dared to put the gloss for a wet hull.

The wheel base is varnished.

[/IMG]

[/IMG]

[/IMG]

[/IMG]


[/IMG]

[/IMG]

[/IMG]


[/IMG]


[/IMG]


[/IMG]


Regards.

Louis
C'est somptueux.
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Joined: October 30th, 2005, 1:44 pm

May 8th, 2012, 1:01 pm #6

Hello,


En français ici:

http://www.master194.com/forum/viewtopi ... d6374b7ec0


I just finished the base and the pontoon to make a small diorama.

The aircraft has just been out of the water and the pilot comes out exhausted.

[/IMG]

[/IMG]


The plane will be the other way, the tail to the slope is not aesthetical.

The pontoon is made of wood salvaged from a food box.
The wood is scraped with a wire brush to make grooves. It's sanded. First try, I use brown paint with grey dry brush. The color was too dark.

[/IMG]

[/IMG]


The wood is painted with acrylic white paint. Washes with black and gray oil paint very dilute.
I wanted a badly worn wood color (by the sun) so we can see water stains easily.

[/IMG]

I used polystyrene coated with miliput on each side.

The pebbles are made with kitty litter. Smaller stones are sorted with a screen made with a teabag. They cover the edges of the road.

[/IMG]

Everything is painted with Buff XF57 (and desert yellow XF60) with white dry brush.

[/IMG]

[/IMG]

[/IMG]

[/IMG]

Mig pigment is deposited at the entrances of the pontoon
Water stains are made with black and brown paint and varnished.

The pilot is made from a model made for the train. He stands his back after a long flight.
It will look something like this:

[/IMG]

[/IMG]


The master is too fragile. So I made a mold and manufacture a resin figure.

[/IMG]

The face is painted light cream (or pink). The shadows are made with brown paint. Buff Tamiya and oil paint.
It's pretty easy when the face very well engraved.

[/IMG]



Then I cleared the protruding areas with a little pink paint. I finished the eyes and mouth.


[/IMG]

[/IMG]
The base comes from:

[uhttp://soclakit86.jimdo.com/ [/ u]

For those who do not know what is MDF. It is working with a cutter blade smoothly if it is necessary because it is tender enough.


As I suggested Mark, I tried to clear with a touch of white (oil) the "bridge" of the nose and the two reliefs that leave from the nose

[/img]

[/img]

[/img]



He dried warm (oven or wood stove pipe for me). The painting becomes duller.

The collar of the shirt is red with two silver stars (or gold):

[/img]

[/IMG]

[/IMG]


Water stains are made with the oil painting very dark brown and black very diluted. Some are covered with satin varnish. I tried "mig wet effect" but it is too bright and it seemed to have a thick layer. I do try it again to learn how to use it properly...

[/IMG]


Under the floats I have dark sand color with a dark brown juice.

[/IMG]

I have not dared to put the gloss for a wet hull.

The wheel base is varnished.

[/IMG]

[/IMG]

[/IMG]

[/IMG]


[/IMG]

[/IMG]

[/IMG]


[/IMG]


[/IMG]


[/IMG]


Regards.

Louis
So nicely done, great rigging job, excellent paint and weathering, beautiful pilot figure, nice base too. A great diorama indeed.

Serge Dompierre
Frog and Canuck and proud to be
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Joined: February 9th, 2008, 6:04 am

May 8th, 2012, 2:32 pm #7

Hello,


En français ici:

http://www.master194.com/forum/viewtopi ... d6374b7ec0


I just finished the base and the pontoon to make a small diorama.

The aircraft has just been out of the water and the pilot comes out exhausted.

[/IMG]

[/IMG]


The plane will be the other way, the tail to the slope is not aesthetical.

The pontoon is made of wood salvaged from a food box.
The wood is scraped with a wire brush to make grooves. It's sanded. First try, I use brown paint with grey dry brush. The color was too dark.

[/IMG]

[/IMG]


The wood is painted with acrylic white paint. Washes with black and gray oil paint very dilute.
I wanted a badly worn wood color (by the sun) so we can see water stains easily.

[/IMG]

I used polystyrene coated with miliput on each side.

The pebbles are made with kitty litter. Smaller stones are sorted with a screen made with a teabag. They cover the edges of the road.

[/IMG]

Everything is painted with Buff XF57 (and desert yellow XF60) with white dry brush.

[/IMG]

[/IMG]

[/IMG]

[/IMG]

Mig pigment is deposited at the entrances of the pontoon
Water stains are made with black and brown paint and varnished.

The pilot is made from a model made for the train. He stands his back after a long flight.
It will look something like this:

[/IMG]

[/IMG]


The master is too fragile. So I made a mold and manufacture a resin figure.

[/IMG]

The face is painted light cream (or pink). The shadows are made with brown paint. Buff Tamiya and oil paint.
It's pretty easy when the face very well engraved.

[/IMG]



Then I cleared the protruding areas with a little pink paint. I finished the eyes and mouth.


[/IMG]

[/IMG]
The base comes from:

[uhttp://soclakit86.jimdo.com/ [/ u]

For those who do not know what is MDF. It is working with a cutter blade smoothly if it is necessary because it is tender enough.


As I suggested Mark, I tried to clear with a touch of white (oil) the "bridge" of the nose and the two reliefs that leave from the nose

[/img]

[/img]

[/img]



He dried warm (oven or wood stove pipe for me). The painting becomes duller.

The collar of the shirt is red with two silver stars (or gold):

[/img]

[/IMG]

[/IMG]


Water stains are made with the oil painting very dark brown and black very diluted. Some are covered with satin varnish. I tried "mig wet effect" but it is too bright and it seemed to have a thick layer. I do try it again to learn how to use it properly...

[/IMG]


Under the floats I have dark sand color with a dark brown juice.

[/IMG]

I have not dared to put the gloss for a wet hull.

The wheel base is varnished.

[/IMG]

[/IMG]

[/IMG]

[/IMG]


[/IMG]

[/IMG]

[/IMG]


[/IMG]


[/IMG]


[/IMG]


Regards.

Louis
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Joined: March 6th, 2005, 3:23 am

May 8th, 2012, 2:44 pm #8

Hello,


En français ici:

http://www.master194.com/forum/viewtopi ... d6374b7ec0


I just finished the base and the pontoon to make a small diorama.

The aircraft has just been out of the water and the pilot comes out exhausted.

[/IMG]

[/IMG]


The plane will be the other way, the tail to the slope is not aesthetical.

The pontoon is made of wood salvaged from a food box.
The wood is scraped with a wire brush to make grooves. It's sanded. First try, I use brown paint with grey dry brush. The color was too dark.

[/IMG]

[/IMG]


The wood is painted with acrylic white paint. Washes with black and gray oil paint very dilute.
I wanted a badly worn wood color (by the sun) so we can see water stains easily.

[/IMG]

I used polystyrene coated with miliput on each side.

The pebbles are made with kitty litter. Smaller stones are sorted with a screen made with a teabag. They cover the edges of the road.

[/IMG]

Everything is painted with Buff XF57 (and desert yellow XF60) with white dry brush.

[/IMG]

[/IMG]

[/IMG]

[/IMG]

Mig pigment is deposited at the entrances of the pontoon
Water stains are made with black and brown paint and varnished.

The pilot is made from a model made for the train. He stands his back after a long flight.
It will look something like this:

[/IMG]

[/IMG]


The master is too fragile. So I made a mold and manufacture a resin figure.

[/IMG]

The face is painted light cream (or pink). The shadows are made with brown paint. Buff Tamiya and oil paint.
It's pretty easy when the face very well engraved.

[/IMG]



Then I cleared the protruding areas with a little pink paint. I finished the eyes and mouth.


[/IMG]

[/IMG]
The base comes from:

[uhttp://soclakit86.jimdo.com/ [/ u]

For those who do not know what is MDF. It is working with a cutter blade smoothly if it is necessary because it is tender enough.


As I suggested Mark, I tried to clear with a touch of white (oil) the "bridge" of the nose and the two reliefs that leave from the nose

[/img]

[/img]

[/img]



He dried warm (oven or wood stove pipe for me). The painting becomes duller.

The collar of the shirt is red with two silver stars (or gold):

[/img]

[/IMG]

[/IMG]


Water stains are made with the oil painting very dark brown and black very diluted. Some are covered with satin varnish. I tried "mig wet effect" but it is too bright and it seemed to have a thick layer. I do try it again to learn how to use it properly...

[/IMG]


Under the floats I have dark sand color with a dark brown juice.

[/IMG]

I have not dared to put the gloss for a wet hull.

The wheel base is varnished.

[/IMG]

[/IMG]

[/IMG]

[/IMG]


[/IMG]

[/IMG]

[/IMG]


[/IMG]


[/IMG]


[/IMG]


Regards.

Louis
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Joined: July 10th, 2006, 7:27 pm

May 8th, 2012, 4:23 pm #9

Hello,


En français ici:

http://www.master194.com/forum/viewtopi ... d6374b7ec0


I just finished the base and the pontoon to make a small diorama.

The aircraft has just been out of the water and the pilot comes out exhausted.

[/IMG]

[/IMG]


The plane will be the other way, the tail to the slope is not aesthetical.

The pontoon is made of wood salvaged from a food box.
The wood is scraped with a wire brush to make grooves. It's sanded. First try, I use brown paint with grey dry brush. The color was too dark.

[/IMG]

[/IMG]


The wood is painted with acrylic white paint. Washes with black and gray oil paint very dilute.
I wanted a badly worn wood color (by the sun) so we can see water stains easily.

[/IMG]

I used polystyrene coated with miliput on each side.

The pebbles are made with kitty litter. Smaller stones are sorted with a screen made with a teabag. They cover the edges of the road.

[/IMG]

Everything is painted with Buff XF57 (and desert yellow XF60) with white dry brush.

[/IMG]

[/IMG]

[/IMG]

[/IMG]

Mig pigment is deposited at the entrances of the pontoon
Water stains are made with black and brown paint and varnished.

The pilot is made from a model made for the train. He stands his back after a long flight.
It will look something like this:

[/IMG]

[/IMG]


The master is too fragile. So I made a mold and manufacture a resin figure.

[/IMG]

The face is painted light cream (or pink). The shadows are made with brown paint. Buff Tamiya and oil paint.
It's pretty easy when the face very well engraved.

[/IMG]



Then I cleared the protruding areas with a little pink paint. I finished the eyes and mouth.


[/IMG]

[/IMG]
The base comes from:

[uhttp://soclakit86.jimdo.com/ [/ u]

For those who do not know what is MDF. It is working with a cutter blade smoothly if it is necessary because it is tender enough.


As I suggested Mark, I tried to clear with a touch of white (oil) the "bridge" of the nose and the two reliefs that leave from the nose

[/img]

[/img]

[/img]



He dried warm (oven or wood stove pipe for me). The painting becomes duller.

The collar of the shirt is red with two silver stars (or gold):

[/img]

[/IMG]

[/IMG]


Water stains are made with the oil painting very dark brown and black very diluted. Some are covered with satin varnish. I tried "mig wet effect" but it is too bright and it seemed to have a thick layer. I do try it again to learn how to use it properly...

[/IMG]


Under the floats I have dark sand color with a dark brown juice.

[/IMG]

I have not dared to put the gloss for a wet hull.

The wheel base is varnished.

[/IMG]

[/IMG]

[/IMG]

[/IMG]


[/IMG]

[/IMG]

[/IMG]


[/IMG]


[/IMG]


[/IMG]


Regards.

Louis
Very well done! Thanks for posting? (n/t)
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Joined: October 25th, 2004, 1:51 pm

May 8th, 2012, 4:30 pm #10

Hello,


En français ici:

http://www.master194.com/forum/viewtopi ... d6374b7ec0


I just finished the base and the pontoon to make a small diorama.

The aircraft has just been out of the water and the pilot comes out exhausted.

[/IMG]

[/IMG]


The plane will be the other way, the tail to the slope is not aesthetical.

The pontoon is made of wood salvaged from a food box.
The wood is scraped with a wire brush to make grooves. It's sanded. First try, I use brown paint with grey dry brush. The color was too dark.

[/IMG]

[/IMG]


The wood is painted with acrylic white paint. Washes with black and gray oil paint very dilute.
I wanted a badly worn wood color (by the sun) so we can see water stains easily.

[/IMG]

I used polystyrene coated with miliput on each side.

The pebbles are made with kitty litter. Smaller stones are sorted with a screen made with a teabag. They cover the edges of the road.

[/IMG]

Everything is painted with Buff XF57 (and desert yellow XF60) with white dry brush.

[/IMG]

[/IMG]

[/IMG]

[/IMG]

Mig pigment is deposited at the entrances of the pontoon
Water stains are made with black and brown paint and varnished.

The pilot is made from a model made for the train. He stands his back after a long flight.
It will look something like this:

[/IMG]

[/IMG]


The master is too fragile. So I made a mold and manufacture a resin figure.

[/IMG]

The face is painted light cream (or pink). The shadows are made with brown paint. Buff Tamiya and oil paint.
It's pretty easy when the face very well engraved.

[/IMG]



Then I cleared the protruding areas with a little pink paint. I finished the eyes and mouth.


[/IMG]

[/IMG]
The base comes from:

[uhttp://soclakit86.jimdo.com/ [/ u]

For those who do not know what is MDF. It is working with a cutter blade smoothly if it is necessary because it is tender enough.


As I suggested Mark, I tried to clear with a touch of white (oil) the "bridge" of the nose and the two reliefs that leave from the nose

[/img]

[/img]

[/img]



He dried warm (oven or wood stove pipe for me). The painting becomes duller.

The collar of the shirt is red with two silver stars (or gold):

[/img]

[/IMG]

[/IMG]


Water stains are made with the oil painting very dark brown and black very diluted. Some are covered with satin varnish. I tried "mig wet effect" but it is too bright and it seemed to have a thick layer. I do try it again to learn how to use it properly...

[/IMG]


Under the floats I have dark sand color with a dark brown juice.

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I have not dared to put the gloss for a wet hull.

The wheel base is varnished.

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Regards.

Louis
That looks wonderful in every aspect! And a great tutorial! Well done!!




Brandon



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