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P-VLOG: Ersatz Panther - From Parts To Painted

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Painting Part 2 - Primed And Ready For Some Preshading

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Getting the first priming layers down on the Panther we have a look at some of the techniques we can use to give it a level of preshading.

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unclejimmy
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A technique I have never really used. I have an airbrush and really need to start using it a lot more – here is my first ‘project’.

My friend uses it on miniatures and it does produce a nice depth to the colour.

oriskany
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What?!?! You’re “dark washing” and “dry brushing” with an airbrush?

What mad, evil sorcery is this?

rasmus
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The joy of 28mm you can do stuff and have room for it

zorg
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a nice start to the panting, have you had any luck with your other painting technique I sent a pm to warren about thicker paint at a lower pressure to get the spotty type of German camoflage but he never got back to me he probably though you cant do that fool? he may be right it was a full size gun I was trying it with. @johnlyons

s14forever
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Used this technique on a T34/85, and it works beautifully. Need to be careful with the topcoat
And use multiple light layers. Nice video, keep up the good work!

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