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Re: Next Project

Alun » Apr 16 '14
I`ve got some finishing off on a couple of models and then was going to move onto the Into Darkness Enterprise.  But to be honest I can`t face it just at the moment, doing a load of decals and lighting.  My heart wouldn`t be in it and would probably not finish it well.  


So as I was rummaging in the loft for something last night I spotted my Ma.K Nutrocker kit and now really fancy working on this.  Will be a good change of subject and I haven`t done a Ma.K kit in forever.  So will be getting it out of the loft, dusting it off and start to think about it.


But the reason for posting this now is I`ve got no idea for a setting and camo pattern, so turning to everyone on here to see if there are any ideas and inspiration.  


Any thoughts or ideas?


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Re: Next Project

Alan "Budgie" Murray » Apr 17 '14

how about an urban camo but using sharp lines rather thank the usual woodland style pattern.. Im thinking more along the disruptive patterns used on the old battleships..


cheap excuse to go wild with a wrecked dio as well..


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Re: Next Project

Alun » Apr 17 '14
Interesting thought. Do have some plaster 1:35 building pieces.

Only prob would be that it would have to be airbrushed and not got that setup.
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Re: Next Project

Alan "Budgie" Murray » Apr 17 '14

not really Alun, solid lines on the edges so easily done with masking tape.. something along the lines of this (but not necessarily these colours)..


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Norwegian_Navy_Patrol_boat_Storm.jpg 

or this - http://www.flankers-site.co.uk/model_su-35_files/real_001.jpg


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