Painting Invasion stripes – scale modeling quick tips

How is it going guys? In the next few minutes I will show you my approach on painting invasion stripes. First we are going to outline the area using masking tape. This is the most important part of the process. I use the panel lines as a reference in order to position the borders correctly. To cover larger surfaces I use paper. For areas were we have tight curves and obstacles it is better to use several sections of tape.

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Model Flying Fortress B-17G – 1/72 Airfix – Painting

Hi! Let’s continue with this model. I’ve spent some extra time sanding and puttying every crevice. With natural metal finish preparation is the key. Time to attach clear parts. Some of them will be glued temporarily with the white glue. Guns and turrets will be added later. Now masking with the Tamiya tape. And masking fluid. Alclad Aluminium on the clear parts, so there will be proper colour visible inside the cockpit. Primer dedicated for Alclads. Now I’ll polish the

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Building Revell B-29 Superfortress. From Start to Finish. 1/48 Scale.

Hi, I’m QDC. What we’re about to build today is Revell B-29 Superfortress. and this is in 1/48 scale. The reason why I bought this particular kit was because I had an opportunity to fly a real B-29 bomber and I had such a good time flying inside that B-29 that I just wanted to build a model kit of the plane I flew in and so what I want to do is before we start building this model kit

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REVLON ONE STEP DRYER AND VOLUMIZER VS CALISTA STYLE DRYER – NON SPONSORED REVIEW

hey guys welcome back to my youtube channel if you’re new here I’m julissa if you haven’t subscribed to my youtube channel what are you waiting for go ahead and subscribe to my youtube channel and turn on your post notifications you can be notified every time I upload a video so today I am going to be comparing my two favorite blow dryers I am in love with my Calista blow dryer and my Revlon wants that paired Ryan

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5 second Stubble hair and blackhead Removal skin smooth in Photoshop Tutorial

Okay here’s a simple way to remove stubble from image in Photoshop very simple really this lovely model I’ve shot with a few times the lovely alexi If we zoom in you can see we have a little bit of arm pit stubble Nothing too major so all we’re gonna do select the lasso tool, select your feather for about 12 pixels I’m draw around the effected area just like this now click Filter>Noise>Dust and Scratches Boom, it’s gone. Still

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Simple tutorial : Winter camouflage without airbrush

hello everyone so today i have quick tip for model makers without airbrush I’m going to make winter cammo so we need acrylic paint preferably white color or light gray color masking fluid that is not necessary i have the cheapest one and it comes in a variety of the brands also sponge simple sponge and basically only one small piece of that oil paint in white color we want to make transitions and nice blending so you need a

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1/72 Spitfire Mk. VIII – Eduard – step by step scale model build

Hello scale modellers In this video I am going to build Eduard’s 1/72nd scale Supermarine Spitfire from start to finish Get comfy and enjoy the build The first step is building the cockpit It is very detailed and has a lot of parts Thus, it is a bit complicated Most of the tools and materials I use in this build You can find in the description. What materials I use in each step of the build you can see in

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Kujo Critiques 2 – Contrast, Contrast, Contrast!

What’s up guys, welcome back! This is the second installment of my new series where I critique miniatures sent in by my Patrons. Today’s model is this Werewolf painted by Lina Witzner. I’m probably not pronouncing that correctly but in my defense I do suffer from a debilitating speech impediment… It’s called being Scottish. Looking at the model I would say you’ve done a good job at being neat, all the colours seem to be where they’re meant to be

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Workbench Quickie – Spaz Stix vs. Alclad

Metálicos de cromo funcionan mejor sobre una base de color negro brillante Spaz Stix (2 oz) cuesta menos que Alclad (1 oz) y es dos veces más grande Quería poner a prueba la resistencia de Spaz Stix ante pulir … Así que roció una capa muy pesada al final Observe que ambos estan cubiertos de “polvo”, especialmente el Spaz Stix Alclad se puede pulir, pero cuidado, es muy delicado a veces. Por experiencia, Alclad se quita si pule demasiado. Se

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Dragon StuG IV in 1/35 scale Part I

My next model will be the Sd.Kfz.167 Sturmgeschütz IV early production from Dragon, 1/35 scale. I can tell you already that it is a great kit, but there is one flaw: The Zimmerit coat is missing. Meantime Dragon released a new StuG IV kit where the Zimmerit coat is already molded on the plastic parts. For this project i had to find a solution. I bought this Atak resin Zimmerit. Of course you can use filler or a soldering rod

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