I look forward to see the painting!
slingshot392 wrote:Holy cow, what a production line you have going! And I thought I had a lot of models going at once, at least you are finishing yours! Lots of very nice models here.
danchircop wrote:Nice production going on there but how the heck do you manage to keep track? However I do understand the boredom part, happens to me as well sometimes.
Dottore wrote:Beware though...the effect of pastels might be greatly diminished once you varnish (matt or gloss)...
slingshot392 wrote:Wow, that's some list of projects! Not sure of all of my projects off the top of my head, besides the Enterprise, I have a Wolfman going as well as a space shuttle, a Wedell-Williams 44 that I will do as one of Roscoe Turners planes, a Klingon Bird of Prey, a car or two, and a couple Polar Lights 1/1000 Enterprises that are being chopped up for different starships, and a Mustang being butchered for the air racer Beguine that I pull out every few months, there's probably more, but I can't remember them. I also switch around models for whatever is holding my interest at the time as I also have a pretty short attention span and my interests jump pretty much everywhere, I also have some at various stages of being built out of the box to some heavy conversions to priming and painting. I just hate masking though!
I like your pastel chalk treatment on the panel lines. I was just reading my latest edition of Model Railroader and it had an article on weathering with pastel chalks and artist crayons (hadn't heard of those before). I have a box of different colored chalks, I really want to pull them out and try them out now.
Your Warthog is coming along nicely, I really like your panel line treatment on your Stuka! That Flying Wing is huge! I have the jet version sitting out in the garage on one of my shelves, one of those way down the list, looks like a really nice model! Any fit problems?
slingshot392 wrote:Nice tip with the spray! Did you get it at one of the box stores or a craft store?
Somewhere around here, I have a couple paper model kits of a SR-71 and a B-52 in 1/32 scale. They seem a little on the large side!