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Posted by tullo on 01 Mar 2021, 21:03

Hello everybody
now I'm trying something new, priming white with airbrush then the medium-thin colors with drying retarder
mix and dry briefly, then lighten again finely by using a damp brush
brightens or removes color

:yeah: :shock: :-D :thumbup:

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:-D :wave: :wink:
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tullo  Germany
 
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Posted by Pocho Azul on 03 Mar 2021, 21:11

Interesting method, seems to give a subtle, almost watercolor effect. Please post some more, with maybe bigger closeups, if you are able. I am very interested to see more of this technique.
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Pocho Azul  United States of America
 
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Posted by tullo on 08 Mar 2021, 18:39

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:mrgreen: ;-)
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Posted by T. Dürrschmidt on 13 Mar 2021, 12:55

Seems to be a fast and effective method of painting. I think it works best with bright uniforms, like napoleonic Austrians. Have to test it by myself perhaps.
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T. Dürrschmidt  Germany
 
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Posted by wilberforcefrog on 01 Apr 2021, 15:02

The colors look very bright and smooth, I like them!
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Posted by Iceman1964 on 08 Apr 2021, 17:35

I like the results, very clear and defined. Also the metal effects are very good !
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Iceman1964  Italy
 
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