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Regular Dakkanaut




Columbia, SC

This is my first time using the salt and hair spray method for weathering as well as my first experimentation with oil washing (I am now in love with it!). Overall, I think I could have used more orange for the rust coat on the crashed lander, but some of the orange kind of shows on the defense line. I was not sure if these needed to be in their own separate threads but since I am wanting to show off the same method on two models I figured they could go in one thread. I am still kind of new to the whole idea of showing off my work, but I am really open to learning from others input.

For the photography side, I used my Nikon L110 and I came up with a nice black background to help display the pieces.
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Made in de
Regular Dakkanaut




Columbia, SC

Here is the defense line...
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Resentful Grot With a Plan






the Lower Hive

Awesome weathering!
For that being your first time using both techniques you did an awesome job!!

I haven't seen the crashed Aquila for a while! Looks great!

Blessed are they that reap the sinners from the sight of the Emperor.
Damned are those that consort with Chaos!
 
   
Made in de
Regular Dakkanaut




Columbia, SC

Thanks! Yeah, I have only been playing/painting for about 1 1/2 years now and I have always loved that terrain piece and have seen some awesome paint jobs done with it. It is definitely a retro piece of terrain....
   
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Thunderhawk Pilot Dropping From Orbit






Looks really good!

 
   
 
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