Second Panther for GF9 TANKS Game

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Second Panther for GF9 TANKS Game

Unread post by Locozugmeister » Sun Apr 23, 2017 12:31 am

:bowty: Got the second panther finished for the GF9 game TANKS.
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Re: Second Panther for GF9 TANKS Game

Unread post by Stalker6 » Sun Apr 23, 2017 4:25 pm

Superb as usual. I am still trying to capture the smooth way you put down paint. It seems to provide very good coverage without ever getting thick or clumpy.

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Re: Second Panther for GF9 TANKS Game

Unread post by Locozugmeister » Sun Apr 23, 2017 5:10 pm

:bowty: I have to thin it out stalker and, most times I have to give it a second coat. I use Testors Modelmaster Acrylics. These paints seem to work best for me.
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Re: Second Panther for GF9 TANKS Game

Unread post by pfclt » Sun Apr 23, 2017 11:10 pm

Locozugmeister wrote::bowty: I have to thin it out stalker and, most times I have to give it a second coat. I use Testors Modelmaster Acrylics. These paints seem to work best for me.
OK - I thought for sure it was like 6 or 7 coats thinned way out with tons of patients one side at a time a little fairy dust and a magic wand - wow was I off. I think it might be a combination of MM and the right thinning. Looks like I have to make some investment in time and money. About 85% of my paint is Vallejo and I haven't been able to duplicate this. I'm going to try the MM. I have a feeling a dust free environment would help a lot.

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Re: Second Panther for GF9 TANKS Game

Unread post by Locozugmeister » Mon Apr 24, 2017 3:53 am

pfclt wrote:
Locozugmeister wrote::bowty: I have to thin it out stalker and, most times I have to give it a second coat. I use Testors Modelmaster Acrylics. These paints seem to work best for me.
OK - I thought for sure it was like 6 or 7 coats thinned way out with tons of patients one side at a time a little fairy dust and a magic wand - wow was I off. I think it might be a combination of MM and the right thinning. Looks like I have to make some investment in time and money. About 85% of my paint is Vallejo and I haven't been able to duplicate this. I'm going to try the MM. I have a feeling a dust free environment would help a lot.
:bowty: I use a lot of Vallejo paints too pfclt. I've found the colors for my camo is just nicer with the MM paints. I use Testors MM spray paint also for the base color which is Africa Mustard for late war Germans.
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