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Splendid, very tidy job

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19 hours ago, longshanks said:

Thanks all

 

Looks like were edging towards the wood grain …...

 

Kev

Take the challenge!!!

Rob

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6 minutes ago, robgizlu said:

Take the challenge!!!

Rob

 

 

I reckon so :D

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There will be a short intermission whilst I sharpen my quills and get some new oil paints …….

 

Kev

 

Oh and find out how to do it :nodding:

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Dang, that turned out nice, good job with the hull Kev.

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On ‎20‎/‎06‎/‎2018 at 00:26, longshanks said:

There will be a short intermission whilst I sharpen my quills and get some new oil paints …….

 

Kev

 

Oh and find out how to do it :nodding:

Not to worry, I shall be providing encouragement from the side-lines.

 

Supportive of Mars 👽

 

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Thanks for the support guys

Part of the delay was waiting for one of these, a waterline marker

P1090003 (Copy)

 

A lot easier being able to draw waterlines on boat shapes

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Going with a mahogany finish in oils

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In complete contrast the start of Ebernezer the St Ives boat

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Really ??

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As always, thanks for looking in

 

Kev

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Nice mahogany effect lovely deep colour. 👍🏻

 

Beefy 

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Lovely Mahogany finish going on there. and what a reminder seeing the crude "former" as how much work and skill it's all taken

Rob

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Two tone to show wood used

Burnt Sienna plus Burnt Sienna with a touch of Raw umber oil paints

 

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Wood effect looking very nice.

I forgot to ask earlier, what was you base colour before you apply the oil paints?

 

Stuart

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Impressive wood grain effect I like that. 

 

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On ‎20‎/‎07‎/‎2018 at 22:34, Courageous said:

I forgot to ask earlier, what was you base colour before you apply the oil paints?

 

Tamiya Desert Sand XF59 used as base colour

The oil paints were applied and then wiped off. Final finish done with a fan brush, a good invest me for those attempting wood grain (scale here to small for much effect) . Also very good for streaking washes when weathering

 

Kev

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