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Fadind a 3 color scheme

January 22 2005 at 6:54 PM
Denis Wagner  (Login denis.wagner)
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Hello all I was wondering how a person would go about fading a 3 color scheme. The colors are dark yellow and dark green and red brown. Will this need to be done before future is applied also do mig pigments need to be applied before or after future. Any other advice in the steps of the weathering process would be much appreciated.

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Denis Wagner
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Fading n/t

January 22 2005, 6:54 PM 


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Darren Thompson
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A place to start....

January 23 2005, 4:17 AM 

Hi Denis,

Have you seen James Tainton's 251, over on constructive comments? This is a perfect example of a faded 3-colour scheme.
If you follow the link within the text, you'll find a full build & paint article, including how he went about fading the colours.



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