Ki-84 Painting & weathering techniques for japanese aircraft WWII. Part 1 (New in HD + subtitles)
Painting & weathering techniques for Japanese aircraft Covered techniques: hinomaru’s painting / Pre & post shading / Salt technique / Hairspray technique (chipping effect). Aircraft base color: Aluminium (acrylic) / Make pochoirs for hinomarus / paint flat white inside (acrylic). Put a second smaller pochoir for masking white outline. Pre-shading ingraving lines with sandy brown Make differents randomly shades of red & orange (very diluted) Highlight center of panels with rose Finally: spray a very diluted coat of red to merge the different shades. Aircraft body painting: mask hinomaru’s / Spray 2 thin layers of airspray & let’s dry about 1 hr. Spray randomly medium brown & maroon to bring some shades by transparency. Pre-shading with dark green. Highlight center of panels with very light green or buff colour. Finally spray a very diluted coat of base color (JN gray). 20% paint / 80% thinner. Salt technique to make some little spots of paint. Humidify the surface for fixing salt Mop up the excess of water to prevent big spots Spray a different color (lighter or darker depending on the desired effect). Very thin and diluted coat (about 20% paint / 80% thinner) Remove salt with water or dry cloth. “Chipping effect” with Hairspray technique. Humidify the surface to soften the under layer of hairspray Then, remove paint with hard bristles brush. For smalls details and other effects, you can use toothpick or other tools. Finished work ! Base color / salt technique / chipping effect (hairspray technique). Extrados painting As the top is dark, only highlight is required (no pre shading). Finish with very diluted base color (JN green).