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Building AAV-7A1 (Part 2)
For Part 1, HERE..
Continuing on with the painting, i intended to make this in a 3-tone-camo since in the last installment, i've already begin the first tone, now it time to go the 2nd tone... the dark green.
Dark Green camo
I used Gunze Arcylic H303-Dark Green for this and is thinned to a milk-consistency (flow like a milk) ratio.
Again, i'll be doing the camo freehand as its a good practise for me to make my hand steadier for this kind of feats.
When this is done, i'll proceed with a Flat Black camo.
Flat Black camo
- Some of my friend suggested to me to use a NATO Black, but since i dont have it in my stock so i have to make do with Flat Black H12.
So this is where i'm now..
Next in the agenda, will be to touch-up the demarcation line between the brown-camo and the green-camo by using a thinned dark-green to actually make the border more blended together.
After that i'll be leaving this for a bit to concentrate on something else in the process... which includes the following
1. Casting bag-pack and bedrolls to put on the vehicle
2. Painting the track.
3. Preparing the dio for the base (still in planning)
4. Creating custom made bedrolls from tissue etc.