Painting Tanks: Airbrushing and Weathering
Anyway, I've mentioned a time or three that currently I'm learning to use an airbrush. Lots of little tricks to work out, but it's starting to feel natural. I painted three tanks yesterday, using them to try out weathering models.
The hatches are an effort in masking techniques...
I did some 'easy rust' effects, again as practice and to see how the effect would work. I shouldn't have included the tank tracks, and next time won't.
I'm not terribly happy with the weathering on the model closest to this shot; the two patches of silver on top are a bit too regular. Live and learn.
I could certainly do more - especially detailing and highlights - but these aren't actually my models...
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One of the character models from a commission I'm working on for the Little Tim That Could Can.