Tamiya GB ---> Jagdpanther extravaganza (V): Some weathering.

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Tamiya GB ---> Jagdpanther extravaganza (V): Some weathering.

Joined: August 10th, 2010, 7:19 pm

July 29th, 2012, 11:40 am #1

Previously:
http://dqscaleworks.blogspot.com.es/201 ... rsion.html

After painting the camo and making the main chipping with the hairspray technique, I made some more fine chips and scratches with a 0.5 dark brown marker:


Next I splashed a light sand color trying to make very small spatters. This is a nice way to add complexity to the surface:


I airbrushed Tamiya Buff just above the line of the fenders. This imitates the dust accumulation when the fenders were in place:


Then I darkened the zone under the fenders with a dark brown wash. I also made some scratches with light gray and ochre pencils:


With a mix of acrylic Burnt umber and black I drybrushed the dark borders of the modulation to enhance the weathered look:


The next step is to profile the lines and raised elements with a wash of diluted black oil paint:


I also used the black oil to shadow some zones, especially on the lower border of the raised elements:


Next I´ll apply some mud on wheels and tracks and continue the weathering. Cheers.

Q

I´m not an AFV expert, if you see something wrong... please shout it out!

http://dqscaleworks.blogspot.com/
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Joined: January 7th, 2009, 10:46 am

July 29th, 2012, 12:54 pm #2

I really like the different textures all around the tank, very rich and attractive! Burned areas are just .... hat off!

Excellent!!!!!!

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July 29th, 2012, 2:49 pm #3

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Joined: April 27th, 2005, 1:33 pm

July 30th, 2012, 5:34 am #4

Previously:
http://dqscaleworks.blogspot.com.es/201 ... rsion.html

After painting the camo and making the main chipping with the hairspray technique, I made some more fine chips and scratches with a 0.5 dark brown marker:


Next I splashed a light sand color trying to make very small spatters. This is a nice way to add complexity to the surface:


I airbrushed Tamiya Buff just above the line of the fenders. This imitates the dust accumulation when the fenders were in place:


Then I darkened the zone under the fenders with a dark brown wash. I also made some scratches with light gray and ochre pencils:


With a mix of acrylic Burnt umber and black I drybrushed the dark borders of the modulation to enhance the weathered look:


The next step is to profile the lines and raised elements with a wash of diluted black oil paint:


I also used the black oil to shadow some zones, especially on the lower border of the raised elements:


Next I´ll apply some mud on wheels and tracks and continue the weathering. Cheers.

Q

I´m not an AFV expert, if you see something wrong... please shout it out!

http://dqscaleworks.blogspot.com/
This beast is looking most use and abused.

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Joined: April 13th, 2008, 9:48 am

July 30th, 2012, 6:18 am #5

Previously:
http://dqscaleworks.blogspot.com.es/201 ... rsion.html

After painting the camo and making the main chipping with the hairspray technique, I made some more fine chips and scratches with a 0.5 dark brown marker:


Next I splashed a light sand color trying to make very small spatters. This is a nice way to add complexity to the surface:


I airbrushed Tamiya Buff just above the line of the fenders. This imitates the dust accumulation when the fenders were in place:


Then I darkened the zone under the fenders with a dark brown wash. I also made some scratches with light gray and ochre pencils:


With a mix of acrylic Burnt umber and black I drybrushed the dark borders of the modulation to enhance the weathered look:


The next step is to profile the lines and raised elements with a wash of diluted black oil paint:


I also used the black oil to shadow some zones, especially on the lower border of the raised elements:


Next I´ll apply some mud on wheels and tracks and continue the weathering. Cheers.

Q

I´m not an AFV expert, if you see something wrong... please shout it out!

http://dqscaleworks.blogspot.com/
Hello DQ. Well I still have the same question. "What can I say?" Thanks for sharing. Cheers, Ralph.
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Joined: April 16th, 2007, 9:09 am

July 30th, 2012, 8:55 am #6

Previously:
http://dqscaleworks.blogspot.com.es/201 ... rsion.html

After painting the camo and making the main chipping with the hairspray technique, I made some more fine chips and scratches with a 0.5 dark brown marker:


Next I splashed a light sand color trying to make very small spatters. This is a nice way to add complexity to the surface:


I airbrushed Tamiya Buff just above the line of the fenders. This imitates the dust accumulation when the fenders were in place:


Then I darkened the zone under the fenders with a dark brown wash. I also made some scratches with light gray and ochre pencils:


With a mix of acrylic Burnt umber and black I drybrushed the dark borders of the modulation to enhance the weathered look:


The next step is to profile the lines and raised elements with a wash of diluted black oil paint:


I also used the black oil to shadow some zones, especially on the lower border of the raised elements:


Next I´ll apply some mud on wheels and tracks and continue the weathering. Cheers.

Q

I´m not an AFV expert, if you see something wrong... please shout it out!

http://dqscaleworks.blogspot.com/
estimated Diego.
I have impressed a great job both as painting assembly is simply spectacular.

xavier

Pd. you have in Tenerife some magic brew as the Gauls, it's scary to see your models..


estimado Diego
me tienes impresionado, es un gran trabajo tanto de montaje como de pintura es sencillamente espectacular

Pd. teneis en Tenerife algun brebaje magico como los galos, da miedo ver vuestras maquetas

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Joined: November 1st, 2003, 7:48 am

July 30th, 2012, 9:13 am #7

Previously:
http://dqscaleworks.blogspot.com.es/201 ... rsion.html

After painting the camo and making the main chipping with the hairspray technique, I made some more fine chips and scratches with a 0.5 dark brown marker:


Next I splashed a light sand color trying to make very small spatters. This is a nice way to add complexity to the surface:


I airbrushed Tamiya Buff just above the line of the fenders. This imitates the dust accumulation when the fenders were in place:


Then I darkened the zone under the fenders with a dark brown wash. I also made some scratches with light gray and ochre pencils:


With a mix of acrylic Burnt umber and black I drybrushed the dark borders of the modulation to enhance the weathered look:


The next step is to profile the lines and raised elements with a wash of diluted black oil paint:


I also used the black oil to shadow some zones, especially on the lower border of the raised elements:


Next I´ll apply some mud on wheels and tracks and continue the weathering. Cheers.

Q

I´m not an AFV expert, if you see something wrong... please shout it out!

http://dqscaleworks.blogspot.com/
Amazing! I knew there must be a use for those Gundam marker pens...



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Joined: March 26th, 2003, 4:28 pm

July 30th, 2012, 12:04 pm #8

Previously:
http://dqscaleworks.blogspot.com.es/201 ... rsion.html

After painting the camo and making the main chipping with the hairspray technique, I made some more fine chips and scratches with a 0.5 dark brown marker:


Next I splashed a light sand color trying to make very small spatters. This is a nice way to add complexity to the surface:


I airbrushed Tamiya Buff just above the line of the fenders. This imitates the dust accumulation when the fenders were in place:


Then I darkened the zone under the fenders with a dark brown wash. I also made some scratches with light gray and ochre pencils:


With a mix of acrylic Burnt umber and black I drybrushed the dark borders of the modulation to enhance the weathered look:


The next step is to profile the lines and raised elements with a wash of diluted black oil paint:


I also used the black oil to shadow some zones, especially on the lower border of the raised elements:


Next I´ll apply some mud on wheels and tracks and continue the weathering. Cheers.

Q

I´m not an AFV expert, if you see something wrong... please shout it out!

http://dqscaleworks.blogspot.com/

Lu

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July 30th, 2012, 2:04 pm #9

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July 31st, 2012, 9:08 am #10

Previously:
http://dqscaleworks.blogspot.com.es/201 ... rsion.html

After painting the camo and making the main chipping with the hairspray technique, I made some more fine chips and scratches with a 0.5 dark brown marker:


Next I splashed a light sand color trying to make very small spatters. This is a nice way to add complexity to the surface:


I airbrushed Tamiya Buff just above the line of the fenders. This imitates the dust accumulation when the fenders were in place:


Then I darkened the zone under the fenders with a dark brown wash. I also made some scratches with light gray and ochre pencils:


With a mix of acrylic Burnt umber and black I drybrushed the dark borders of the modulation to enhance the weathered look:


The next step is to profile the lines and raised elements with a wash of diluted black oil paint:


I also used the black oil to shadow some zones, especially on the lower border of the raised elements:


Next I´ll apply some mud on wheels and tracks and continue the weathering. Cheers.

Q

I´m not an AFV expert, if you see something wrong... please shout it out!

http://dqscaleworks.blogspot.com/
http://dqscaleworks.blogspot.com/
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