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Black and White technique

October 3 2016 at 8:35 AM
David Schemel  (Login justplanestuff)
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I have a Abrams built as a Tusk II I plan on trying the "Black and White technique". It will be in overall sand color and I am considering modifying the technique use shades of brown and lightening to an off white. Has anyone tried this and have any comments?

Dave Schemel

Improving my modeling one mistake at a time.

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Andrew Tomlinson
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Sounds do-able - if the top coat is light enough to see it..

October 18 2016, 6:06 PM 

Good idea, seems feasible.


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