My knee Armor

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reidemiller

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Here's some pics of my Knee Armor.
Let me know what you think. ;)
I need to touch-up the silver, but other than that, I'm happy with the results.
Colors are the Rogue Studios (Lee) Found Colors. Thanks Again LEE!
Robert E.

http://photos.yahoo.com/roberteidemiller
 

Sleezy

Active Hunter
Um...where are they?

Ah, there we go...wait, I don't see any knee armor pics in the album.
 
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reidemiller

Guest
:facepalm I always forget the Link :facepalm
Added it above ;)
As soon as I clicked send, I realized I forgot it and someone ALWAYS beats me to it ;)
Thanks for the heads up.
I still think my Rank should be Dumb Ass ( just a joke Mods) :D
Thanks,
Robert E.
 

BountyHunter185

Active Hunter
Yeah, I don't see the knees in any of the folders either. :facepalm
If they're as good as the rest of your stuff, then I'm sure they're great.
 
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reidemiller

Guest
I'm not sure why the albums ALWAYS defalt to private.
:wacko
Should work fine now.
Thanks,
Robert E.
 
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reidemiller

Guest

Boba Freekk wrote:

great looking knees!

what yellow did you use to outline the silver?
I used the Polly scale Catwhisker Yellow.
Thanks,
Robert E.
 
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Appolo_50

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reidemiller wrote:


Boba Freekk wrote:

great looking knees!

what yellow did you use to outline the silver?
I used the Polly scale Catwhisker Yellow.
Thanks,
Robert E.
all of the RS colors need a airbrush for application correct?

edit: the knees look great by the way!
 
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reidemiller

Guest
Not necessarily, The base yellow could be painted with a brush, and I painted the Catwhisker with a brush. The Up armor yellow is the only one on the knees and shoulders that has to be airbrushed.
But I would recomend Air brushing is All. It's really alot easier and looks better. If you don't have an airbrush, you could buy the cheap kind with the canister of propelant.
Would work fine. If you've never airbrushed before, don't worry. Your painting weatherd knee armor,
not a portrait ;) It's pretty easy. The polly scale paints need little thinning, and I would recommend the polly scale airbrush thinner. The bottles say you can use Distilled water and that is fine, but I've been airbrushing for around 20yrs now and have discovered that thinners offered by the paints manufacturer work alot better with there product than anything else.
Hope I'm not Rambling here.
Hope this helps. Feel free to ask me anymore questions.
I'm always Happy to help. :D
Thanks,
Robert E.
 
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