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Seversky

1/48 Airfix BAC TSR.2

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I'm building a TSR 2 and love the different shades of white you've used and want to use the same effect on mine. How did you do this? Was it using different undercoat colours and lightly overspraying with white, or are they white mixed with other colours?

Thank you!

It is done very simply.

Used two colours only - white and off white (Gunze Mr. Color).

One type of panels was dyed white colour, another - off white colour.

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That is the one of the best TSR i have ever seen! Елы палы, как я такого красавца на скале профукал!!((((

I don't know! Там большая статья.

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I don't know! Там большая статья.

:)

Ufff I find that topic " Большая белая цапля". СOol!!!!!!!

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Used two colours only - white and off white (Gunze Mr. colour).

One type of panels was dyed white colour, another - off white colour.

Ok sounds simple enough, I'll go find an off-white (probably Vallejo Air)

What about the panel lines, is that a mix of preshading and postshading? Can I see some use of pigments too for "dirty" areas?

This is a seriously gorgeous build, very much inspiration for my own.

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Ok sounds simple enough, I'll go find an off-white (probably Vallejo Air)

What about the panel lines, is that a mix of preshading and postshading? Can I see some use of pigments too for "dirty" areas?

This is a seriously gorgeous build, very much inspiration for my own.

Yes, I used mix.

In the beginning I did preshading and after painting filled lines between panels Tamiya clear Smoke with vodka. :-)

It is possible to fill lines between panels dark grey enamel.

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Yes, I used mix.

In the beginning I did preshading and after painting filled lines between panels Tamiya clear Smoke with vodka. :-)

It is possible to fill lines between panels dark grey enamel.

Lol very nice effect using the vodka, I'll remember that! I have some clear smoke in my paint collection, I'll try experimenting with it. You've been very helpful, thankyou!

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