That sat to dry for a while, then I touched up the tracks to dark grey, dry brushed them, then inked them. Onto the few small details on the tank that that would not be the same colour as the main body, then a thin wash over the whole tanks. Let dry again, then add weathering powder for dirt, and we are done.
I would love to add some decals, but need to find some and had only American ones here. Maybe someday I will find some Canadian or British decals and add them in.
Quick and fast, but still OK to put on the table and not be embarrassed, and am on the board!
Great job Byron! I've never really learned to use an airbrush properly and whenever I have to do some vehicles I really wish I did. These really look fabulous for 3 hours of work - amazing really. I quite like the use of the airbrush to do glazes as it gives a very subtle effect. Nice!
30 points for your place on the roster - well done.