Burnt out JagdTiger

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Burnt out JagdTiger

Joined: January 19th, 2006, 2:30 am

January 5th, 2012, 4:45 pm #1

After taking December off to just have fun painting and weathering with need AK products, the urge to rust has returned. I started this model a couple of years ago but was not happy with the paint, weathering and rust. So armed with some lifecolor rust paints I gave it another go. So far only acrylics have been used and the weathering still has to be done...and maybe some pigments.

The first attempt.

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New fresh burnt out effects.

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More pics and full blog can be found on my website and my forum linked below.

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Rob

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Joined: March 14th, 2005, 1:40 pm

January 5th, 2012, 5:33 pm #2

Thanks for posting. Love the rusty wire. It adds a delicate touch to the chaos.

ANPW
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Joined: January 19th, 2006, 2:30 am

January 5th, 2012, 5:55 pm #3

And thanks for checking it out and the comment. The wire is very delicate and does add that scale effect. It feels good to do some quick rusting again.
Thanks again and talk soon bro.

Rob

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Joined: January 17th, 2010, 10:31 am

January 5th, 2012, 6:26 pm #4

After taking December off to just have fun painting and weathering with need AK products, the urge to rust has returned. I started this model a couple of years ago but was not happy with the paint, weathering and rust. So armed with some lifecolor rust paints I gave it another go. So far only acrylics have been used and the weathering still has to be done...and maybe some pigments.

The first attempt.

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New fresh burnt out effects.

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More pics and full blog can be found on my website and my forum linked below.

http://modelerssocialclub.proboards.com ... 360&page=1

Thanks for looking

Rob

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Hi Rob,

Looks really nice. But I must say, your first attempt with this one was also pretty good.

Regards

Özgür.

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Joined: September 16th, 2007, 3:11 pm

January 5th, 2012, 8:43 pm #5

After taking December off to just have fun painting and weathering with need AK products, the urge to rust has returned. I started this model a couple of years ago but was not happy with the paint, weathering and rust. So armed with some lifecolor rust paints I gave it another go. So far only acrylics have been used and the weathering still has to be done...and maybe some pigments.

The first attempt.

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New fresh burnt out effects.

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More pics and full blog can be found on my website and my forum linked below.

http://modelerssocialclub.proboards.com ... 360&page=1

Thanks for looking

Rob

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another example of your great art ...

regards
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Joined: April 17th, 2010, 7:56 pm

January 6th, 2012, 4:22 pm #6

After taking December off to just have fun painting and weathering with need AK products, the urge to rust has returned. I started this model a couple of years ago but was not happy with the paint, weathering and rust. So armed with some lifecolor rust paints I gave it another go. So far only acrylics have been used and the weathering still has to be done...and maybe some pigments.

The first attempt.

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New fresh burnt out effects.

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More pics and full blog can be found on my website and my forum linked below.

http://modelerssocialclub.proboards.com ... 360&page=1

Thanks for looking

Rob

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The Art of Destruction
I love it! Very bright and colourful painting! I liked the fist attempt as well, but you chose a more interesting option here.

Keep up the good work!

Cheers,
Dimitris
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Joined: January 19th, 2006, 2:30 am

January 6th, 2012, 5:28 pm #7

After taking December off to just have fun painting and weathering with need AK products, the urge to rust has returned. I started this model a couple of years ago but was not happy with the paint, weathering and rust. So armed with some lifecolor rust paints I gave it another go. So far only acrylics have been used and the weathering still has to be done...and maybe some pigments.

The first attempt.

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New fresh burnt out effects.

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More pics and full blog can be found on my website and my forum linked below.

http://modelerssocialclub.proboards.com ... 360&page=1

Thanks for looking

Rob

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The Art of Destruction
Thanks fellas for the feedback and taking the time to check out the latest from the rust factory.

here are a couple of better pics showing the fresh rust.

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Joined: January 19th, 2006, 2:30 am

January 6th, 2012, 5:28 pm #8

After taking December off to just have fun painting and weathering with need AK products, the urge to rust has returned. I started this model a couple of years ago but was not happy with the paint, weathering and rust. So armed with some lifecolor rust paints I gave it another go. So far only acrylics have been used and the weathering still has to be done...and maybe some pigments.

The first attempt.

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New fresh burnt out effects.

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More pics and full blog can be found on my website and my forum linked below.

http://modelerssocialclub.proboards.com ... 360&page=1

Thanks for looking

Rob

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The Art of Destruction
I've started the weathering and will post an update once that part is done.

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Joined: July 4th, 2003, 2:33 pm

January 8th, 2012, 2:45 am #9

After taking December off to just have fun painting and weathering with need AK products, the urge to rust has returned. I started this model a couple of years ago but was not happy with the paint, weathering and rust. So armed with some lifecolor rust paints I gave it another go. So far only acrylics have been used and the weathering still has to be done...and maybe some pigments.

The first attempt.

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New fresh burnt out effects.

[/IMG]

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More pics and full blog can be found on my website and my forum linked below.

http://modelerssocialclub.proboards.com ... 360&page=1

Thanks for looking

Rob

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www.scratchmod.com
The Art of Destruction
great to see you overhaul old builds .I realy like your rust ones and it´s always nice to see the Jagd 2.0 repaint is good to see but see an old build is even as nice as the new one that shows how the builds look in past time . I gues you are the hero as in 2000 with your build but now you are the rustjesus with overhault build .I like the decission to repaint older builds ....but i got so many builds in future so i never have time to spent to redo older ones.I think older builds have to stay as they are for watching how you work years ago .Nowadays you use a whole range of new product and it´s good to see how your work with poor mediums in past time to get a good result. I´m sure the painting looks much better now

I realy like to follow your models

greetings Detlev

http://panzer-modell.de.tl/
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