I took a few more photos today, different-ish angles and close ups of newly added details.
It's the little imperfections that really sell it, the slight scuffs in the finish on the main tank, the small bubbles in the hazard tape... making it look like a piece of gear cobbled together by some slightly made scientists that live in New York and chase ghosts.That.
Your detail work on the U-handle is incredible. The fact that you let dust and such settle on this truly uncanny build makes it look all the more real.
Seriously, I check the Slime Blower forum almost daily in hopes you post more. This is awe inspiring.
Tiny update for today, added some paint chips to the black gun boxes.
Nice work on the gun boxes.Thank you I can't express how much I hate dry brushed on silver paint for weathering. IMO it never looks realistic and just overall sloppy. Dabbing on lots and lots of solid dots gives a much more convincing effect.
Dry brush technique?
Stormtrooper and Ghostbusters fanboy from Germany.
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