In Progress>>Stug III>>Chipping

In my previous post, I already explain the method I use for chipping. This is the tank that gets beat up by those techniques😀

At first, I overdone chipping the tank. It looks more like a dirt rather than a chipped paint T.T So I erase the excessive paint, and you can see the result above😀

Here’s some more pictures

22 thoughts on “In Progress>>Stug III>>Chipping

    • h4mster says:

      yeah, sometimes if we get too comfortable with a certain technique, we always think it’s not enough LOL I’ve read this scale modeling book and the author say “always stop when you’re about to think that it’s enough”

  1. chubbybots says:

    Now thats a tank my Mari will love to have her hands on😀

    Awesome work man!!! Subtle is key and you got it in the weathering ^^

    • h4mster says:

      Speaking of Mari, I haven’t seen her attacking you anymore…being a good friend lately? LOL

      thanks, I always love chipping process, I think chipping is the point where the weathering makes a really cool effect😀

    • h4mster says:

      Thanks😀
      this is actually Italeri😀 in military scale modeling, you have various choice of brand with much or less the same quality.
      Tamiya gives the best detail, with expensive price
      Academy really bad in details, but very friendly on the price
      Dragon (my favorite) and italeri is kinda between Tamiya and Academy, nice detail, and affordable😀
      Not to mention other european brands out there😀

      • moemoekyun says:

        oh italeri *_* and dragon friendly in price and detail but most store I visit only sell academy and tamiya kinda hard looking those two

  2. divinelight says:

    Don’t really understand military kit, but this is awesome, even to my eyes as a random blogwalker.
    The detail is very hawt. Normally one must use Photoshop to make this effect, but you could make this in real life.😀

    • h4mster says:

      Thanks😀
      haha, photoshop only allowed when I mistakenly produce a photos that have different color with real kit😀 Other than that, it’s against the rule (my rule that is LOL)

      • h4mster says:

        Photoshop is not always bad, just don’t make it have more domination on the kit😀
        But it only applies when you want to show your work on the kit. Different rules applies when you make (for example) a toy theater. Effects from photoshop could sometimes spice up the stories😀

  3. heathorn says:

    Awesome! Look at the details….mmmmm…..maknyus!!!!! The effects looks so real.
    Now I suggest you build a dio bro, will be very very nice.

    • h4mster says:

      Nah, I’m still learning the basic stuff bro😀 Diorama is a level I’m not ready to enter yet. I will, however, add some figures alongside the tank (I don’t know if it could be considered as diorama LOL)

  4. B-Mecha says:

    :O wow! I din really see this effect before. Most of the tanks at the shops are just normal air-brushed or with some shade. But this effect is really nice!

    • h4mster says:

      Thanks man😀
      There is this hobby shop here in Indonesia, where you can display your kits on the shop. Since it is the one of the biggest hobby shop in my country, some of Indonesian best modeler are displaying their work there, pretty poisonous if I must say LOL

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