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Below are a couple test/WIP shots of a Crossbow aircraft I have been experimenting with a little bit.  I would like to get a recipe for painting the flyers fairly quickly, but nicely and detailed.  The panel lines/details look fantastic in the dual cast product, IMO.  For this I will be using my airbrush to add layers of shades over darker basecoats.  For this test model I used some lighter grays, so the panel lines would pop more as dark lines.  For future models like the Tsuiseki, I will be using other colors, but basically the same idea.  
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Airbrush shading is done on the pict above.  The pict below has the panel lines touched up and darkened.

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More to come hopefully as I get the last of the small details painted up.  Next will be the unit stripes and colors. 

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Progress shot, I was able to get the stripes done and the wasp painted on for unit mark.  I think the unit will be the ‘Black Wasps’.  The canopy is probably done as well, but I may try some more blending on it, not sure yet?  For the base I will be doing something other than what is in the photo below, but I haven’t decided just yet.

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