(Login jdun91764) Missing-Lynx members 22.214.171.124
I l;ike it
June 20 2011, 4:23 PM
But the spalttering on modles always bothers me. there is just way to get in scale particualtes IMHO that is. They always look way too big to me- even whenthey are small. Water and wet items work in such a particualr way that I think it is extremely difficult to get in scale splatters done that look convincing. Also, almost every splatter needs to vary in color slightly- which again is very difficult. I work for a construction company and have spent many hours staring at just this sort of thing- and I can tell you thre is every shade of borwn and blck in one splash.
Wel done- and dont get me wrong. I think you have done a wodnerful job with the deck- it looks amazing. The spltters just need a little tweaking IMHO-
Please keep us posted with any changes you make and thnaks for posting this one-
(Login DimitrisI) Missing-Lynx members 126.96.36.199
Thank you James!
June 21 2011, 6:33 AM
I totally agree with you. I am also in construction and I have also spent countless hours studying mud, dust, rust and scratches on excavators, rollers, loaders and other construction machines and equipment.
I have actually used 4 different colours of mud splashes, and above them, I used random splashes of wet effects, oil effects, even washes, in order to get a greater variety of colour. Unfortunatelly the result is not that evident in the photos, but I have already thought of another method to make it look better in colour, and even closer to scale...
I hope things turn out better in the next models...
(Login DocDarwin) Missing-Lynx members 188.8.131.52
What the,..ANOTHER GREAT E10?!!
June 21 2011, 5:50 PM
I love this E10 too!! The camo is almost what Ive decided upon for my E100 Ausf B,...but I love how you've distressed the camo with the weathering!! Looks like the little beastie has been busy hiding and setting traps amongst the rubble!! Excellent piece!