Tuesday, 23 June 2009
Wednesday, 17 June 2009
Saturday, 13 June 2009
This is a typical winter job, 50 ft long and 20 ft high, the picture shows the btm half, standing at 10 ft high, the top half is against a wall out of the shot but both pieces have to come together to make up 1 big scene.this job used 3 gallon of clear lacquer and about 10 litres of colour.
This is also smething I dont do alot of but was interesting,firstly for the renovating old figures and secondly for the"every trick in the book to get out of paying the price" scenario.A dodgy traveller never changes his spots!Mr.Cordona!Named and shamed.
This is a job Ive been working on this week,its quite a small and straight forward piece but is an excellent example of a typical airbrush finish,the nice soft shading you only get from an airbrush.Its on a pick up bonnet which was already yellow, Ive used a blue/black mix and yellow highlights, I havent used any white in this job.