Here we got another update on the Marienburg Landship (with a slightly less busy background this time so you can actually see something 😉 ).
There are no groundbreaking news to report so I’ll let the pictures speak for themselves.
Great transitions on those yellow/blue shields!
Thanks, guys! 🙂
@Cameron: If you got a nice, strong texture already sculpted on the model it's less a question of the colours but more a question of washes, inks and drybrushing. As a general rule of thumb: Look at real wood. You cut a board and it looks pretty even and very light. As it ages all kinds of moisture soaks into the wood, stains emerge and so on. This is basically what you do as well. Start out with a rather light tone, then apply various inks and washes. Get creative, there's all kinds of things that can happen to a piece of wood over the years. Wash, ink, drybrush, wash again, ink a bit and so on. The more you do the more weathered it will look in the end. 🙂
Good tip. I will have to try that. Thanks!
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What colours did you use to paint the wood. I always struggle a bit with painting wood and would love some tips to achieve a similar effect. Thanks!