Pink panther's Safari (Ian's Tiger Meet SIG)

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That is brilliant Polux, did you take any pictures during the painting of the stripes as I'd love to see how you did it.Top work my friend.

Tony
Hi Tony.

I haven't any photo of the painting...., but I do this little "tutorial".

Hope this can help you!!! ;)

Just imagine this white sheet of plastic is the Land Rover, a plane or why not.... a tiger for your next TC Productions... ;)

The tools you need.

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Paint the base with your wish colour.

Then cut and add a little "stripe" of blue-tac and press with the finger (to stick it).

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With a "cutter" give the form you need, and cut little parts for a very realistic effect.

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Paint the second or the last colour coat over the set.

Once dry you can clean, you don't have to worry for any kind of damage on your paint work, if you do with this tool. ;)

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Thanks for looking

If you, someday try it....show them please :smiling3: :smiling3: :smiling3:

Polux

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CDW

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That's a brilliant idea Polux .... Will be trying that at some stage.
 

flyjoe180

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Awesome work Polux, thanks for sharing your painting tips too. I can't wait to get back into modelling soon.
 
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Awesome work Polux, thanks for sharing your painting tips too. I can't wait to get back into modelling soon.
Thanks Joe.

Hope you return soon!! Modelling is waiting for you... :smiling3:
 

mossiepilot

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Hi Tony.I haven't any photo of the painting...., but I do this little "tutorial".

Hope this can help you!!! ;)

Just imagine this white sheet of plastic is the Land Rover, a plane or why not.... a tiger for your next TC Productions... ;)

The tools you need.

View attachment 71027

Paint the base with your wish colour.

Then cut and add a little "stripe" of blue-tac and press with the finger (to stick it).

View attachment 71028

With a "cutter" give the form you need, and cut little parts for a very realistic effect.

View attachment 71029

Paint the second or the last colour coat over the set.

Once dry you can clean, you don't have to worry for any kind of damage on your paint work, if you do with this tool. ;)

View attachment 71030

Thanks for looking

If you, someday try it....show them please :smiling3: :smiling3: :smiling3:

Polux
Nice, that is very imaginetive use of blue tac Polux. Thanks for posting this.

Tony.
 
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