Friday, January 29, 2016

Update for the "Ferrari Mad Max" work.

I made an update of this work for the "Desert" issue of the Weathering Magazine. I repainted the whole base, which had a rather simple look, using Nature effects from AMMO weathering products as well as pigments. I also added some desert vegetation, also from AMMO. And a couple of yellow lines in the road, I like that touch. I want to add a few complements to the base, as a road sign of some kind and other stuff to make it more interesting. I´ll do it when I have some time but for now it looks nice enough.


I also updated the car with finer weathering effects to improve the look. First of all I added some splashes of dry mud in the lower chassis and behind the wheels.

I also added more mud and dust dirt to the wheels as well as oil stains.

Some rainmarks where applied to the sides of the vehicle.

And finally I added dust accumulations in some horizontal zones using pigments.





The final look with the new base and the improved weathering is much better than before, don´t you think?

9 comments:

  1. Diego, siempre tan inspirador con tus modelos! Eres, en parte, el "culpable" de mi regreso a los plásticos

    Un abrazo ;)

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    1. Muchas gracias Juanjo. Es una culpabilidad de la que no me arrepiento :D

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  2. Por si quieres darle un vistazo a lo último que he perpetrado :)

    https://juanjodominguez.wordpress.com/2016/01/28/all-terrain-scout-transport-at-st-bandai-148-final/

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  3. Hola Diego,
    Soy Ester Serrano de Planeta DeAgostini. Me gustaría contactar contigo para ofrecerte una colaboración. Te agradeceré que te pongas en contacto conmigo a través del mail: marketing@planetadeagostini.es.
    ¡Muchas gracias y enhorabuena por tu blog!

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    1. Hola Ester, te he enviado un correo.
      Muchas gracias por tus palabras :)

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