In Progress>>1/35 SU-122>>Priming

Priming is actually a common process, but since there is a tarpauline made from tissue, it becomes a little bit different than the usual process.

First of all, dilute the surfacer with lots of thinner, than hand brushed it to the tissue. It will prevent the tissue from absorbing too much surfacer when it is being airbrushed (which will ruin the whole shape).

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and this is after being primed using airbrush:

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2 thoughts on “In Progress>>1/35 SU-122>>Priming

  1. chubbybots says:

    Woah didn’t know you can airbrush primer on tissue. Makes for an interesting texture ^^. I haven’t attempt at armor kits yet, but I sure can use this idea for my Gundams. Thx for sharing ^^

    • h4mster says:

      yup, but don’t forget to hanbrushed the primer (and it should be mixed with lots of thinner) first before you airbrushed it🙂

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