Viper Painting Techniques? Post Pics!

Discussion in 'Studio Scale Models' started by dfrey79, Oct 22, 2003.

  1. dfrey79

    dfrey79 Well-Known Member

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    I just aquired a resin studio scale Viper, and I'm wondering if anyone here has tackled this project, and could post pictures of their work.

    Also, can anyone post a list of colors and types of paints used in the process. What color white, red, grey, etc. In addition, any weathering techniques would be helpful too!

    I hope you guys can help!

    Dean
     
  2. dfrey79

    dfrey79 Well-Known Member

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    This is what I'm talking about!
    These images belong to Dave (autoprops713):
    (posted with is permission of course [​IMG] )

    C'mon everyone post your Vipers!
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  3. propsculptor

    propsculptor Sr Member RPF PREMIUM MEMBER

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    dfrey79 wrote:
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    C'mon everyone post your Vipers!
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    <font color="#FFCC00"> Actually you did post my Viper,
    or at least a copy of the one I helped restore.

    I was one of the many skilled workers at Icons who worked on Various projects and had nothing to do with those who misappropriated the funds that should have gone into shipping overdue products.

    I also sculpted the Viper Pilot from a lot of reference pics and even scratch-built the Viper cockpit interior.

    The Viper we restored had a lot of air-bubbles in the casting, and needed a lot of work before it would be ready to be molded.

    There was also a Cylon Ship casting they were going to have us restore next!

    I was able to get a casting of the Viper Pilot and Cockpit,
    but not the complete Viper as the company had promised.

    To this day I believe the Viper is still one of the best spaceship designs!
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  4. PHArchivist

    PHArchivist Master Member

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    Any more pics on this...?
     

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