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July 24 2006 at 10:41 PM
Dan Hay  (Login danhay)
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Response to how to paint burnt out tanks?

Buy MIG's book!

I am guessing that Mr. Jimenez is far too modest to state this himself but the book is well worth the money (which is no mean feat because it's a bloody expensive book). The book includes many pictures which illustrate the steps involved in replicating cetain weathering effects. Burnt-out vehicles may use a number of different techniques that are featured in the book.

Also, you may wish to pick up issue number 10 of 'Xtreme Modelling' which features an article by none other than Miguel Jimenez documenting the construction and painting of a burnt-out T-55.

I should mention the following:

1.) I don't know Mr. Jimenez
2.) He didn't pay me to write this post!

I merely believe that his pictorial features are excellent resources for modellers of any genre and experience level.

Cheers - Dan

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