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Hi,here's my Bandai at-st i built about June last year. Its a snap together build,but i did glue it! I built the whole thing unpainted, except the cockpit interior,airbrushed matt black, then airbrushed matt white in places to give some shading. Gave it a Tamiya matt grey(sorry,can't remember what colour grey!) top coat. Ak pigments,engine grime,light rust pigment,sponge chipping,and burnt umber oil paint for some rust stains. The cockpit and pilots, i had a few not so sharp pictures from the web from the empire strikes back movie,to get an idea of the colour layout,b
Hi all, Posted my Snowspeeder earlier and it was quite a painless experience so thought I would post this. I'm new to the hobby and still learning but this is probably my favourite build so far. It was painted with Vallejo paints and weathered with acrylics as the Bandai plastic does not like oils and enamels. However oils were used to create the rust stains. Hope you like! Thanks for the look, sorry about photo quality, they were taken on my phone!
Hey all, I have been trying something new - well for me anyway - AndyRM101 will probably see his influence here - a real blast to finish a model in a week compared to the usual 6 months. Groundwork yet to come - I am scultping an ewok which (if it turns out OK) will be hiding in a hollow log - otherwise it gets some flat swampy terrain. Super kit - I used very little glue. Dry fitting is a problem - you struggle to get some parts apart again. Cheers. Paul