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Bef. Panther Oil fading and wash

March 20 2017 at 11:35 PM
Dan Feldman  (Login danfeldman)
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Mr. Mirko gave me some advice during my last project, He described some of the fading methods as a "kindergarden of paint" I've only recently had the chance to explore using Oils. Abt 502 and oilbrushers. I've to say the effect I achieved are novice at best but I enjoy the softness of the effects.

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Bryan Logan
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Re: Bef. Panther Oil fading and wash

March 21 2017, 12:42 AM 

I messed around with the oil paints for the first time on my last model, so I am anything but an expert...

But having said that, I really enjoyed them because it is a technique capable of incredible subtlety. In fact, I found I had to do a layer, blend it, let it dry, and do it again two or three times before it was really even visible. But that is a good thing.

 
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Brad Belsheim
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I like it

March 21 2017, 9:55 AM 

I have always been "afraid" of the chocolate brown on late war German stuff..in different pictures in your post it is a little lighter then others..

 
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Dan Feldman
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That would be the iphone

March 21 2017, 10:20 AM 

The iphone decided to go HDR mode half way thur and blur the normal photos.

The chocolate brown I used was from Mr.Paint German AFV brown its a lacquer based paint but has a nice tone.

 
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