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Old 10-10-2010, 03:11 PM
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Looking very nice Markus.

How did you achieve the subtle chipping?

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I'm looking forward to some serious weathering and worn effects on this one :]

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I'm looking forward to some serious weathering and worn effects on this one :]

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Old 10-11-2010, 03:43 AM
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Hi Markus,

the Pz III with the filters and washes looks very good!
I'm just curious where and how you are storing your models while the washes and filters are drying? How do you keep dust off the model?

And what exactly do you mean with "Panelfading"?

And also a big thanks for showing and explaning how you take your excellent photos!

I don't know if have enough time this week for a phone call, but I'll try it, ok?

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Drybrushing,
no problem, glad to be of some help!

Tim,
Thanks a lot!
They are a combination of using a sponge and a fine brush. I tend to move away from the sponge though. The brush is easier to control and I get some practice with it.

Radek,
Im working on it. It seems like this will get a bit more dirty this time. Somehow the Migments and me are getting friends lately .

Stuke,
thanks a lot brother in crime!
Youve seen the Springsteen Documentary?

Notger,
thanks a lot man!
They are just sitting here on my table. If there is some dust, I simply remove it before moving on. But then again, since Im only painting, there isnt too much dust around anyway.
With Panelfading I mean the Oil-Dots. Guess there are a lot of names around for this .
No problem, just call once you got some spare time. Not over this weekend though, Ill be in Eindhoven.
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Old 10-12-2010, 03:46 AM
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Realy good but to clean at this moment
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Hi Markus,

Thanks a lot for your explanation! I really appreciate your help!

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what a beauty! I like it better without the sideskirts though. This will come up very nicley indeed Markus - welcome back.

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