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Gaslands (Car Wars meets Mad Max meets Matchbox meets X-Wing meets Scooby Doo)

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Re: Gaslands (Car Wars meets Mad Max meets Matchbox meets X-Wing meets Scooby Doo)

Post by Archinerd » Mon Oct 01, 2018 5:31 pm

In short, no.

But it's actually more complicated.
For the first one I sanded the paint off with my Dremel (I actually have a Proxxon but same thing). It's "painted" with a combination of artist acrylics (red & silver bits), ink, crushed pastels and acrylic clear coat.

For the War Rig, I spray primed the whole thing then painted over it. I only roughed up the paint on the car part a bit. I don't really care about imperfections or hints of previous color, I think it adds to the overall effect.

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Re: Gaslands (Car Wars meets Mad Max meets Matchbox meets X-Wing meets Scooby Doo)

Post by Isgrimnur » Mon Oct 01, 2018 5:33 pm

Archinerd wrote:
Mon Oct 01, 2018 5:31 pm

For the first one I sanded the paint off with my Dremel (I actually have a Proxxon but same thing).
I'm sure that Dremel's lawyers would love it if you called it a rotary tool instead. :)
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