Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Flames of war German camo, Stugs



I've still painting the Panzer IV they will have the same camo as these stugs which still have a wee way to go but e are now starting to head down the right track. Sorry the photo isn't very good the sun had gone down.
Yhings have been a bit slow here very busy with life, I have been slowly working away on a few things so hope to have some more pics up soon.

10 comments:

  1. The Stugs look very nice, well painted.

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  2. They look pretty good. Nice work.

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  3. Great work. Whats the best way to paint on the green and brown camo with a paint brush? I can't get it right.

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  4. they all say air brush but i don't have one so i don't have a choice and i have to admit until i added the dots it looked real bad i used a flat head brush so it wasn't to neat and clean

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  5. Personally have to save an airbrush is the only way to go if your doing soft edged cammo - however for hard edged camo like you have done Galpy a bursh is perfect. Thats the way most of us BF staffers do it :)

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  6. Cheers guys I have a compition that Craigs putting on and i'm helping a bit with called day of days we have 22 players coming so i need to get my army painted up have two weeks to go so need to pull my finger out and get the work done. I'm in the proccess of starting my Germans from scratch as my army has so many different colour schemes and i want them to be the same.

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  7. Wow, this fooled me, I thought it was air brush. A arts supply place was going out of business in my town and I picked up an airbrush set and compressor for next to nothing. Still haven't used it.

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