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Old 02-19-2015, 02:00 AM   #1
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How to paint camoflauge

Hey guys, I just got my first war bird model, a spitfire MK 1a, but I do not know how to paint the camo on. I started just with the base green, but I do not know how to put the rest on. Any tips?
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Re: How to paint camoflauge

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Hey guys, I just got my first war bird model, a spitfire MK 1a, but I do not know how to paint the camo on. I started just with the base green, but I do not know how to put the rest on. Any tips?
You can paint the other camo paint with Hand, or mask the areas that have to stay green, an airbrush the rest.
The problem could be the border areas between the two paints. On some camos (the Germans for example) there is a clear seperation of the Colors, but the British ones have more of a "soft" transition between the colors. Difficult to achieve if you paint it by hand, easier with airbrush.
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