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Robert McLain

Sr Member
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 damn good job.

Robert :)
 

PHArchivist

Master Member
Originally posted by Bigvade@Nov 1 2005, 09:32 PM
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 damn good job.

Robert :)
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Thanks Vade. That's the plastic kit prop. Used my secret recipe for wood.
 

punisher

Sr Member
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... :)
 

PHArchivist

Master Member
Originally posted by punisher@Nov 8 2005, 05:39 AM
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... :)
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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.
 

PHArchivist

Master Member
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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