HulkBuster (Veronica) Mark 44 Repaint. (DONE)

Discussion in 'Off-Topic Talk' started by Jmen, Jul 1, 2016.

  1. Jmen

    Jmen Hunter

    Hello there, chaps)
    Wanted to share with you my new project. No spoilers - all info in the title. Here is the link to Therpf.
    http://www.therpf.com/showthread.php?t=263382
    As always, comments and suggestions will be appreciated.
    Jmen.
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    GodBuster bless all of you :lol:
     
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  2. Jmen

    Jmen Hunter

    In progress
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  3. Jmen

    Jmen Hunter

    Little update. honestly - i am not happy - my paint is not so good, as i think. red color (few mixed red colors) was good, but gold is awful... next step - more details, correcting problems places and finish layer. stay tuned!:D
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  4. LunaticNic

    LunaticNic Hunter

    I think it looks allot better!
     
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  5. Jmen

    Jmen Hunter

    i am not finished yet, so :rolleyes:
    Thnx, Nic)
     
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  6. M77

    M77 Hunter

    I agree with Nic, I like the dirty look!

    Maybe you know this already, but this technique could produce some cool results as well: http://www.shortlinemodelers.com/paint-shop/weathering/create-chipping-paint-salt (google 'weathering salt chipping' and you'll find many similar examples).

    You'll have to go backwards a bit on your project and spray some areas with a base metal colour, or rust colours might look cool as well, apply rock salt, respray your red, then wipe the salt off and reapply the wash in these areas.
     
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  7. Jmen

    Jmen Hunter

    Thanks for advice, M77))) Yes, i know this technic, but it is not so good for this project. here is my thoughts about steps (actually my plan to do): primer-red color - gold\silver parts - black shadows\oil spots\dirt - contrast red - details - more black shadows\oil spots\dirt - warnish. I'm used to this method and it gives my a good results.:)
    for now it is 90% done(upper pictures - 60%). i need more details, shadows and final layer.
     
  8. M77

    M77 Hunter

    It's cool to be able to follow the transformation towards the weathered, battle-worn look!
    Looking forward to seeing the end results.
     
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  9. Jmen

    Jmen Hunter

    UPDATE!
    will be tomorrow:D
     
  10. City90pet

    City90pet Hunter

    Sweet, I can understand why u wanted this so bad!!
     
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  11. Jmen

    Jmen Hunter

    So, here is result. i am happy to finish this work. its not perfect, but muuuch better now. also now i know - i cant work with such little models, my eyes are very unhappy after this. pictures!
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    Braaains!!!
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    Thats all, Folks!
     
  12. Jmen

    Jmen Hunter

    Before\After
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  13. M77

    M77 Hunter

    Nice, that Hulk Buster has seen some battle!
    Next project; the Hulk, to keep him company :D

    (just an idea; you could install a small circular (coloured) led-light under the base)
     
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  14. Jmen

    Jmen Hunter

    Thank you, I thought about it, but i need to make new stand for him (for pictures i used frame from power supply)
     
  15. City90pet

    City90pet Hunter

    Great job!!! This looks really sleek!!
     
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