Paul Leggett: Fantastic tutorial! Ive learnt a lot from this. My only question is did you
give the model any special treatment after the base coat and camo? For
example did you varnish the model before applying the wash? Because I want
to try your technique but have no varnish
John Thom: You did all that weathering but didn't touch that shiny brass chain?
RC Tanks 24/7: Fantastic work
ralroost einsnulldrei: How do you dry brush? i never figured that out
TAVOR VICEROY VALDOR: Nice I'm working on a tiger tank 2 witch a Porsche turret, I just got my
airbrush today and don't know how to use it so thanks for the videos
suttipun teansuwan: i love your model and your video. Thanks
Matthew Goulart: Really cool techniques! I loved the video.
Vlad Bucica: do you have to apply a coat of gloss over the tank before doing the wash ?
or you just do it over the paint ? Btw i use enamel washes on acrylic paint
Fran Sada: why everyone has an airbrush ?
Dennis D: amazing !!
ZoryaDanis: After December 1944 the German tank base color was green RAL 6003. So E-50
has to be green, not dark yellow.
Chris D: Very nice. Just learning how to do this myself. If money is an issue you
can buy a very decent airbush setup at harbor freight for less than $100.
iantendo: I've just started making models and I don't have an airbrush yet. Is it
possible to get good effects with regular brushes as I really don't want to
spend all the money on an airbrush at this stage
JOSE MANUEL LOPEZ FUERTES: Very nice job... Tnx. I´m learnig too...
Khan Bui: What was your psi? How thinned was the paint?
starwarsdemon: for shadows, how much should i spray it over the base color?
mikkel fut: Awesome job! What airbrush are you using ?
analabatearm: Thats the best demonstration of modelling techniques I've ever seen. Great
Juan Marquez: Nice work!
adolfhilter: when you spray your green pattern, what size is your airbrush nozzle?
0.2mm, or 0.3mm? What is the air pressure?
777Dubliner: The 1/35 king tiger i did turned out good, i heated a knife and bent the
over hangs on the track on the front, thanks for sponge idea :)
Hamilkar Barkas: das teil ist wirklich der oberhammer! die alterung ist dir wirklich
spitzenmäßig gelungen, es war interessant diese neuen techniken zu sehen.
werde ich bei gelegenheit mal testen :)
Brooke Nimmo: Looks fantastic. How did you lighten up the Green and Brown camo after
airbrushing it on to make it not such a contrast to the Dark yellow base
Franco G.: This was very helpful, thank you!!
vlad avadanei: What kind of airbrush is this? Mine is a testors airbrush and it sucks for
details How did you get this to spray so thinly? Where did you get the
airbrush? How much did it cost? I really liked the video! great skill you
have with that airbrush
Alexander Alvarado: Outstanding! just started model building and to be honest, I think it will
take me years to get to this level
BFME262: Standard barrel.
Wargamer1998: sehr schön
saiaddict: O ok lol
sekytwo: want to get into this so bad. how much does the airbrush cost?
BFME262: Very useful!
BFME262: It's Revell 16.
TheRanger0202: are the tracks flexible or do you have to put them on one by one?
Craious Connor: That's a really good informative video fella. Learned a lot from watching
what you did. Thanks very much & a fantastic finish.
Ben Brookes: how didu get rust pigment?
millitarychap: Is that a chassis of a king tiger plus a turret of a panther tank??? Never
seen a tank like that before!!! xD
BFME262: Thank you!
vlad avadanei: Thanks for answering my questions!
chavey65: like that, nice job, well done
Vlad Avadanei: Can someone answer quickly? I really need to know!
SuperJosefStalin: Are airbrushes essential to make good looking models?
saiaddict: 4:58 why is it smoking
BFME262: Thank you!
MEU98: what airbrush are you using?
SuperJosefStalin: Alright, Thanks.
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