Painting Camoflage

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  • #163549

    Alan Evans
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    I’ve always found camo hard to do. This is my first attempt at this particular pattern.

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    #163553

    Gareth
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    Looks very well done to me.

    #163623

    Alan Evans
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    I have just finished off the zug. Could not decide on any particular style so went for three different vehicle types and 3 paint schemes.

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    #163625

    Alan Evans
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    Thanks for the feedback.

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    #163686

    invisible officer
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    Nice work. You did the “washed” look well on the second. The camo was done by “Tarnpasten”. Tubes of handpainted colors that could be removed easily and are normally not fully covering the sprayed on yellow base color.

    Smaller spots had a deeper color look, well done by you.

    #163698

    Alan Evans
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    Accidental accuracy! Thanks for the info. I think that knowing the stories behind each one makes it more interesting. I’ve never been one to theme a force, but I may have to start.

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