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I actually got something done today! Finished sanding, painting, and started weathering the ships hull.
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Craig Abrahamson said on March 3, 2013
Now that's gonna present a display area issue...at least for me it would. What you've got there so far looks good (can't wait to see the end result). So...is that peg board level or what?
jeff stewart said on March 3, 2013
Ha, took me a second to figure out what you were talkin bout, I checked it and it could probably move just a touch to the right!
Rob Anderson said on March 4, 2013
Man I am a Navy man! That looks great!
jeff stewart said on March 4, 2013
Thanks Rob, Hey you gotta let us know what that mystery Eduard kit is!
Gregor de Ste Croix said on March 4, 2013
Awesome Jeff - looking forward to lots of pics of the finished article.
Thanks Gregor, although I am finding it difficult to get good pics of her, she's so big I cant get it all in frame!
Stan Traas said on March 4, 2013
Inpuuttt!... more inpuuuttt! U.S.S. Iowa, BB 60, right? what scale?... what manufacturer? How you do such wonderful weathering on the hull?...
Keine Scheiss Fred, that is looking very nice in deed. And, ya beat me to posing a floaty thing! Can't wait to see her finished.
Yeah BB60 Alabama, 1/350 Trumpeter kit, As for the weathering just a black wash covering the entire hull, wiped most of it off in a downward stoke, then streaked with burnt sienna. I started a topic in the armada group maybe a week ago with more pics.
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