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).

31 comments

  • Olivier Roderiz

    Bonjour,
    Que dire si ce n'est que c'est du grand ART, j'ai dévoré votre vidéo.
    C'est quand même fou comme de simples accessoires tels que le sel et la laque peuvent faire entre vos mains.
    Je ne connaissais pas cette méthode mais je suis sous le charme, de surcroit vous maitrisé très bien l'aérographe. C'est vraiment très beau, un grand merci pour ce partage et ce moment de plaisir. Le choix de la musique se prête très bien à
    cette vidéo.

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  • Sébastien Bétrix

    Superbe maîtrise, merci!

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  • Jim Woodward

    Awesome work – hope I can perform at 1/2 your skill level

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  • mafalda4556 salanon

    très intéressant ,peu convaincu par la méthode du sel ….le résultat est très correct…merci et ,A+

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  • david gribouva

    bonne vidéo dommage pour les commentaires peu visibles en rouge

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  • kenshin himura

    Excellent work. I do hope that you put english subtitles so I can fully appreciate your techniques.

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  • Ben S

    Subbed, nice work, please do more how to videos on your Armour.

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  • Mark Williams

    I am building a 1/32 scale Oscar and picked up some neat ideas from this video.  Very cool!

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  • red8e8wg

    you sir are an artist

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  • Andy Bassan

    Technique is sublime. But the green is wrong. The green used in the video is for Japanese Navy. Army used another one, more on the olive tone.

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  • Jerry Volpini

    Tremendous amount of work in this model, great job!

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  • Bas Finnis

    Great stuff.

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  • Bas Finnis

    The speeded up Baroque music was funny 🙂

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  • Thomas von Aquin

    09:40 lol you work too fast you drop half of the peinture, 12:49 on japanese planes of ww2 the cowling is never green, because it is 1. done from different material as the fuselage, and the cowling is mostly black (humbrol 33) this makes a nice contrast to the rest of the camouflage fuselage.

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  • what do you use for your stencils what materials it looks like it has an adhesive side to it ?

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  • 0665claude

    Super, merci à vous pour ce partage de vos techniques, les vidéos en Français sont trop rares.

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  • Mαναριτζίς1967

    Oulala tres bien

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  • Scale Hangar 182

    cool

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  • Jeff Caligari

    If you use a thined mixture of dark paint and wipe the whole model down it will fill the crevases and fine lines perfectly. alternatively paint the dark lines first then top coat and scratch with pin.

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  • cadaille

    Ou peut on trouver cette
    maquette ?
    Where can we find this model ?

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  • Knight DS

    What kind of paintGun you had?? Thank you.

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  • Gillus Magnus

    Excellent choix de musique. J-P Rameau? J-M Leclair ?

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  • Joyce Koch

    Anybody know why the Japanese put cammo on their planes but then put all kinds of markings on them including their flags that made the cammo to no effect?

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  • titi thierry

    Très beau travail. Un peu de chance avec les gouttes tombées en secouant l'aérographe. Par contre je ne suis preneur de retour sur la durée de tenue des peintures de maquettes recouvertes de laque. Ça m'inspire pas confiance. Je préfère peindre des zones en alu ou gratter que de mettre de la laque qui doit fragiliser toute la peinture de la maquette.

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  • john Peacock

    Magnifique Monsieur

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  • john maddox

    I would suggest not sun bleaching the undersides of aircraft. Also other than propwash and dirt thrown up by the undercarriage. The only chipping evident would involve maintenance ie. access of panels. Dustyness and oil or grime stains would be the most apparent on all underside surfaces. You went to great lengths to tell your story. It turned out beautifully. Just a tad bit overstated;)

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  • D Mather

    I liked your weathering, but don’t understand why you used IJN (Navy) colors on an Army plane? It may have been done, for sure, but I’m just wondering if you have any information on the Japanese doing this.
    Good job

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  • Douglas Street

    EXCELLENT !

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  • Marco Benetti

    Fantastico!! Grazie mille!!

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  • robrouge71

    à part la musique trop forte c'est de l'art à l'état pur bravo !!!

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  • REGI13090

    Bonjour ! Votre dernière vidéo date de 2 ans ! Vous ne faite plus rien ?

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