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11 minutes ago, MightyPenguin said:

 i need to know your techniques.

I started with an opaque black base applied by airbrush, then roughly sprayed the red panels which bled over quite a bit since I didn’t tape anything. I then went back over the model with a light coat of transparent black. 

All the brighter red panels I went in with a brush to do, followed by a few days of dotting bits of platemail anywhere there’s a bolt or hinge or finer machinery (I’ve already found spots I missed).

I finished the model with a dry brushing technic I learned on my Armada ships, with a little platemail on a dry brush, just lightly and quickly brush the model. It creates an aged, chipped paint look.

The battle damage is real. I carved it up with a hobby knife before painting.

thanks for viewing!

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Thanks for the tips, and i was wondering how you did the battle damage so well in the photos, and that explains it. I would love to see some more painted miniatures in the future from you, amazing job, keep it up!!!

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6 hours ago, Jabby said:

How did you paint these?

It’s somewhere in the thread earlier, airbrush white primer, airbrush pearlized black from createx, from there it was brush work. Army painter pure red, and plate mail, and finished off with Agrax earthshade gloss 

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On 5/9/2018 at 10:04 AM, Jukey said:

Thankyou. Wire clippers, pliers, hacksaw, and brute force. It’s in the middle of being painted to match my army.

Did you start painting it? I received mine so I am looking for inspiration :)

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I'm thinking about getting a Tie Fighter to have a crashed ship as well. I really like this idea! 

If you don't mind, what did you use for the base? I see some green under there and wondered what it was. Also, have you finished it and tested it on the battle field yet? How did it work in action?

Thanks!

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On 5/28/2018 at 11:03 PM, rasmussen81 said:

I'm thinking about getting a Tie Fighter to have a crashed ship as well. I really like this idea! 

If you don't mind, what did you use for the base? I see some green under there and wondered what it was. Also, have you finished it and tested it on the battle field yet? How did it work in action?

Thanks!

Sorry for the late reply, the base is a flexible foam sheet from hobby lobby, then I just use large amounts of hot glue to embed the parts. I finish with a coat of sand and then paint it, but you could also just paint and flock the hot glue. Finally, just cut around the glue on the sheet and you have a solid terrain piece for a reasonable price and time investment.

Ive enjoyed the pieces on the battlefield, they add nice aesthetics. A few of the wing parts have proven to offer some interesting cover and fire lane options which weren’t entirely intended, which is cool.

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On 5/9/2018 at 8:21 AM, Ritalbringer said:

Wow! Nicely done! What did you use to tear that TIE apart like this?

Yeah, looks like you ran it over with your lawn mower! Very well done - talk about high speed impact!

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On 4/4/2018 at 5:04 AM, Jukey said:

I got inspired by the crashed tie fighters, so I got one for myself. It still needs painting, but here’s the model before and after.

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Sorry for the low quality pictures, light sucks in my house.

now back to painting shadow troopers.

The only good Disney Tie Fighter is a junked Disney Tie Fighter

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Krennic and his Death Squad ready for action.

Plus the personnel pack.

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I gave Krennic a terminator face since so far everyone with a face has been metallic cyborgs.

The death troopers were some of the easiest models I've ever painted.

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