That looks realy sweet! nice and subtle, with some cool small touches here and there. i take this will be the standard for the rest of your krieg mechanized? should be awesome.This is way more progress than my AirCav ... i managed to drybrush the repainted parts today ...
That is one sexy tank. Now I am tempted to try camo strips on my chims...
Beautiful tank! Nicely done! I wish I had your skills DeathKorps! =D
That is one sweet looking Chimera! Nicely done dude!
Super awesome s#!t!
Thanks guys- your kind posts are much appreciated!@Azlan- You should paint up something new for your AirCav dude and post some pics!! :)@Wong- Thanks for the post- if you do come up with a new camo scheme be sure to post about it on your blog (which I only discovered yesterday!)@Jinn- There he is!! How you been dude?
That is pimp dude!!! Really nice!!!Love the weathering u did to the tank numbers. Nothing beats airbrush to get that smooth painted on effect.Did u use sponge to get the effect on the numbers??Truly inspiring man. Well done!!!
Yes indeed I used a torn up blister pack sponge for the paint chipping with VMC German Grey. In the bigger chips I then stippled VMC Hull Red inside them, and then finally painted VGC Gunmetal Metal inside many of the chips. It was pretty easy, all things considered. I think the most time was spent doing the umber pin washes on each rivet, and the masking for the airbrush work :)
Love the searchlight! Some beautiful airbrushing!