Another fast build, a winter scene with a tiny 1/72 Fi156 Storch. I used two kits to make this model, the Academy kit for the main work and the Heller kit to get the control surfaces, front piece of the nose and propeller; the skis are from scratch. Painted with Tamiya paints. The quick weathering effects were made with oil paints and colour pencils. Finally I applied a Tamiya Smoke shading to enforce the light effect. The satin-matt finish is done with Model Air satin varnish.
Wow. That looks amazing.ReplyDelete
Thanks fellow. :)ReplyDelete
Totally AWESOME!!! Masterfully done!!!ReplyDelete
Absolutely stunning! May I ask did you paint the white first or last?ReplyDelete
I painted the two green splinter camo first. Next I painted the white pattern over it.
Amazing work, on all of your projects....ReplyDelete
Just curious as to how you manage to achieve such a subtle final effect?
Just getting back into 1/32 aircraft after a 40 year hiatus and would appreciate some tips so that I can work toward your results
Thank you. The camo is painted with a thin 0.2mm nozzle. Thats is why it looks nice at this small scale. In 1/32 you can paint any camo with a normal 0.3mm airbrush. Welcome back to modelling!! :DDelete