Here's something you don't see everyday...

Discussion in 'General Modeling' started by PHArchivist, Oct 30, 2005.

  1. PHArchivist

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    Fokker DR1
     
  2. PHArchivist

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    This kit was the same scale as the new TIE Fighter toy... (1/28)
     
  3. KevVader

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    NICE. :thumbsup
     
  4. Robert McLain

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    The Red Baron would make brownies in his pants if he saw that on his six. :lol

    Is that a real wood prop, or did you paint it? If painted, you did a * good job.

    Robert :)
     
  5. PHArchivist

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    Thanks Vade. That's the plastic kit prop. Used my secret recipe for wood.
     
  6. slave1pilot

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    Man look at that Fokker.
    ;)
     
  7. PHArchivist

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    :p
     
  8. punisher

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    did it happen to come in a blue thin cardboard box with clouds on it and was an off white/light grey colored plastic? i think i had that exact same model. i need to dig it up and put it together.
    how did you do that prop, i must know... :)
     
  9. PHArchivist

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    Its an old Revell kit, 1/28 scale. Was red plastic.

    Thanks on the prop. I use a pine-colored base coat (Unbleached Titanium White), and lightly brushed on thinned Raw Sienna.
     
  10. PHArchivist

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    So, what looks like wood grain is actually just brush strokes...

    The only thing is, though, due to the way the wood for a prop like this is cut, the grain isn't usually quite so linear...
     

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