Last edited by TheBushmaster; Apr 19, 2009 at 11:03 AM.
man that looks great so far. I would try to get some clearer lines between the different colors as I see it where the black and the red on the mandibles meet.
I like the subtle darker weathering on the helmet!
I guess there should be some more grey on the mandibles ...
good job bro!
Thanks for your comment bro.I will try it.Keep it cool.
Looking pretty good so far! Question: what red are you using? Or I guess I should say what color list are you using? The red looks very bright, but that could be a trick of the camera.
p.s. Ankara-Turkey? Too cool! we really are quite the global community!
As for the color (red) Bushmaster, try some steelwool #000 and rub on it. It takes out the shinyness and makes the red come out slightly darker.
Last edited by mmgraphics; Mar 5, 2009 at 11:55 AM. Reason: misspelling
Yes its all about the flash.Normaly its not too bright.
Colors I used,
Mixture of red:Tamiya XF-7 + XF-64 + XF-1 (%2-2-1)
Green:Testors Olive Grun 1943
Grey:Vallejo German Grey
Killstipes: Humbrol 82 + 63 (1-1)
Yes Im living in Turkey and only Fett Fan in Turkey
Once you go and troop with your fett-costume there will be more fett-fans around over there in turkey! :-)
Great to see so many likewise dudes around the world.
kandosii that looks amzing
i love the 'dirty' feel feel you've achieved with the shading...
Good job man!!!!!!!
very aweesome!!!!! one question? did u apply all main colors first like u did on the mandibles first and then add the "scracths" later?
Looks good ... wish I could paint like that.
Here it is last pictures...Almost finished.
Last edited by Art Andrews; Apr 23, 2009 at 3:47 PM. Reason: Images removed due to content unbecoming - D
That paint job looks awesome!
I may have missed it but whats a good way to paint on the kill stripes and what color were they in ROTJ. Thanks.
I used masking tape.Its best way to do it.And the color is humbrol 82.Thanks buddy!!!
Hey man, the helmet looks great!
Thanks Wolfi !