#1 Hot n' Burnt Effect von Urs 21.01.2013 15:20

Habe am WE etwas im Net gestöbert, wegen der Vietnam-Wochen und über diese Hun gestolpert. Als ich die Hun dann vom Heck her sah, dachte ich gleich mal hier rein posten. Ich finde den Effekt Klasse erzeugt und mit dem Beschrieb unten , auch gut nachahmbar. (Beschrieb, unter Zitat)

Das Modell ist von Floyd S. Werner Jr. gemacht worden, mit einem rattenscharfen, heisswirkendem Heck der Hundred.

Der Beschrieb und das Bild stammen von hsgalleries.com.


Zitat
Burner can- How did he do that?

The burner can represented a special challenge with the burn effect. I achieved mine by removing the masks and masking the “dull” sections. Then a light coat of Model Master Burnt Metal was sprayed to change the color slightly. Alclad Metal Sepia was thinned this with Alclad Transparent Medium. Then vertical strokes were sprayed with my Iwata airbrush on the very inside of the panel lines. This was built up slowly. Once I was happy with it. I used Alclad Transparent Red next. It was also thinned this with the Transparent Medium. Vertical lines were used to box in the Metal Sepia. These were used to vary the tone of the next hotter section.The Alclad Transparent Blue was heavily thinned to and sprayed next to the red. The blue would create the “hottest” areas. I was happy with the results but I thought it could use a little bit more umpf. I used thinned Tamiya clear yellow and orange and sprayed them over the upper surface in a mottled pattern.

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