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Chipping ideas

October 30 2004 at 3:37 AM
Rob Lafferty  (Login winstonz)
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A modeling buddy told me to try immitating chipping by trying his method.
He said he gets good results by painting an undercoat of generally flat black, putting the final coat on, shading, and then using his hobby knife and nick different parts of his 1/35 vehicle. Is this a bad way of doing it, we keep debating over it, I think most people use maskol, that seems like a more logical way to do it. Thanks in advance.

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