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LCVP Landing Craft with US Infantry D-Day Diorama Options
Markwarren
#61 Posted : 10 February 2019 17:25:26

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Thank you for all the comments and support.

I have now applied the decals. I gloss varnished the areas first before applying them, useing fixing decal fluid and then matt varnished the whole model to seal in the paint and decals before using any oils. Once the varnish had a couple of days to dry, I then added some Mig oils, Navy blue and UN white, to give some texture to the grey paintwork. I applied turps with a brush and dotted the oils over the paintwork and with a dry soft brush brushed off in a downward motion until I was happy with the effect. This was allowed to dry for at least 24 hours.
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#62 Posted : 10 February 2019 17:26:45

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Once the oils had dried, I then used the same method and applied some dark rust and dark mud oils, again brushing off in a downward motion. In some areas I did not brush off the rust as much to give a more heavily rusting effect.
This will now be left to dry for a week before the detailed weathering can be applied, giving me time to finish off the machine guns and start with the Navy soldiers.

More soon

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#63 Posted : 10 February 2019 18:15:07

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Hi Mark,

Look's like 100 pairs of troops size tens have walked over your landing craft and with the Oil's and paint work this will turn out a very serious build in the competition.

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#64 Posted : 10 February 2019 18:35:30

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coming along a treat, weathering is spot on.Cool
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#65 Posted : 10 February 2019 18:58:37

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BigGrin Looking good and top work on the painting as usualDrool Drool Cool
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#66 Posted : 10 February 2019 20:53:43

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Hi looking great weathering is fantastic,never tried oils me self ,have to have try one day ,cheers mick.BigGrin
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#67 Posted : 10 February 2019 21:06:23

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Thank you guys for looking in and your comments.Cool

mogwai wrote:
Hi looking great weathering is fantastic,never tried oils me self ,have to have try one day ,cheers mick.BigGrin


The oils are Fairly easy to use and are easily wiped off if you make a mistake, but they do need to be sealed with a varnish when dry.

Mark
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#68 Posted : 12 February 2019 14:59:34

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Mark. the weathering you have done looks stunning. love the no smoking decal. BigGrin Cool Drool Drool Drool
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#69 Posted : 12 February 2019 20:45:27

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Thanks Ian, still might put a couple of the troops in there smoking.LOL

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#70 Posted : 17 February 2019 19:17:24

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A little more done on the landing craft. I have attached the front ramp. Unfortunately, I had to take off the closing hooks as they did not attach to the closure very well when fitting. I have also metalized the steel rope, which will also have some grease added later in the build.
I have finished the second machine gun with the PE and attached the shield to both. These were then primed. As you can see, couldn’t help but to dry fit them to see how they look.
The PE kit also comes with the ammunition boxes that fit to the side of the machine guns, along with the bullet belts.

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BigGrin Nicely done Mark and looking goodCool
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Hi Mark fantastic work on the machine guns and ammo boxes. As for your figures theirs always some one who disobeys the rules look forward to seeing what you do with them. How many figures have you got to go in the landing craft. Cool BigGrin
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#73 Posted : 18 February 2019 08:26:02

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Thank you for you comments and looking in

ian smith wrote:
How many figures have you got to go in the landing craft. Cool BigGrin


Hi Ian, there are 3 crew and 25 infantry.BigGrin

Cheers
Mark
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#74 Posted : 19 February 2019 13:55:02

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Lovely bit of weathering there Mark!Love Very nice!

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Lovely work all round with this build Mark, really impressed with the chipping and weathering, looks fantastic. This is going to look so good when it's sitting in the resin water and full of troops! Drool ThumpUp

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#76 Posted : 26 February 2019 21:31:09

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Thank you for your kind words and support guys, very much appreciated.

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#77 Posted : 10 March 2019 14:08:27

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I have started weathering the hull. A lot of experimental work for me on this model trying to get it to look as realistic as possible. Just done the one side at the moment, wanted it to be a very worn look.

Thanks for looking, more soon.Cool

Mark

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#78 Posted : 10 March 2019 14:22:30

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Stunning work as usual Mark, simply looks amazing.....Love Love

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#79 Posted : 10 March 2019 16:20:14

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#80 Posted : 10 March 2019 19:45:47

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Superb work as always Mark, the weathering looks fantastic.

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