|Rule 1: All guns are always loaded.|
Originally I thought this was going to be a quick model to paint- but how wrong I was....
|Rule 2: Don't point the muzzle at anything you are not willing to destroy|
|Rule 3: Keep your finger off the trigger until your sights are on the target.|
|Rule 4: Know your target and our backstop.|
|Fold highlights are good highlights.|
Painting Notes- Camouflage Cloak
This should be the starting point.
|Don't do this!|
So start with VMC Dark Sand.
|Start painting big patches.|
Paint BIG (but smaller) patches of BROWN. VMC Flat Brown is suggested by Angel Giraldez. I didn't have that colour so I mixed VMC Chocolate Brown with a touch of VMC Flat Earth.
Paint DOTS. I snapped a tooth pick in half and then dotted the patches periodically with VMC Dark Sand. It starts creating an almost Flecktarn camouflage look.
|Start your washing!|
There is a much more thorough method by Angel Giraldez (whose techniques I used HEAVILY for this model- bless that man amongst men!!!) where he demonstrates it on a Scots Guard. I would suggest you also read his method before attempting the camouflauge. He paints two different coloured dots and starts with a Flat Brown patch.
Until next time.