[WWI] FW: Wood Fuselage Finishes
john at modelartbymarco.com
Wed Jan 19 13:28:08 EST 2005
It depends on what type of wood, Alb. wood seems to be a light color base so
I would start with that and then wash on some darker tones in a streaking
effect in one direction till I get the effect I like and this I would also
do for darker woods to, some woods show very little contras in their grains
if none at all so a soled color I would use there, that's how I have done it
over the years with good results all done by hand.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Warren Dickinson" <wed317 at onlineky.com>
To: <wwi at wwi-models.org>
Sent: Wednesday, January 19, 2005 5:39 PM
Subject: [WWI] FW: Wood Fuselage Finishes
> It's been gone over before, and at length. However, because of all of
> my PC problems, I've lost most of my saved mails, archives, etc. I
> could look it up in the archives, but I'm too lazy and short of time.
> Also, we have several folks new to the list, and I'd like to know their
> techniques, or they may want to learn something new as well.
> So, now that we seem tobe through bashing corporations,
> adminstrations, lawyers, etc., what are y'alls favorite methods of
> reproducing the wood finish found on Albatros fighters and other German
> two seaters?
More information about the WWI