Painting & weathering scale models: Making contrast with oil paint (tanks & aircrafts)HD.

Painting & weathering scale models: Making contrast with oil paint (tanks & aircrafts)HD.


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39 Comments

  • Quantum Plastic says:

    Mereci….

  • Ron Zufelt says:

    Thanks. Great tutorial.

  • Kevin Yang says:

    A great tutorial, so I only need to buy 2 tubes of oil for everything black and white right?

  • John Burdis says:

    beautiful work

  • Scale Model Therapy says:

    Excellent Tutorial! Thank you!

  • Matthew Goodman says:

    Just beautiful work. I really like the use of oils for shading weathering instead of just doing washes.

  • ED MACHADO says:

    Awesome work, very nice indeed !!!

  • james mccaughey says:

    on the paint you have what looks to be another colour as well as grey what colours dod you use on the actual kit. i am hopeless at weathering and getting the realistoc look on my builds

  • Julio Hernandez says:

    Thanks for posting the video. Great technique, very realistic!

  • Strike_Eagle says:

    A fantastic work! I like and will try it. TOP!

  • Mojo Devirus says:

    Beautiful tutorial. Subed. =)

  • Faron Adams says:

    thanks again for great techniques this is going to help.me a lot i best start to practice on some old models tganks again kutgw looking forward to the next video

  • Da Costa says:

    Very good and informative 🙂

  • Johnny Dep says:

    Superb masterpiece. Love that music.

  • Lord Cheezus says:

    Looks fantastic. I really like the inner section of the phantoms wing where it looks a bit mottled – did you achieve that with the oils or through another method?

  • Bodo von Falkenhayn says:

    you know what? Your video is one of the biggest help of modelling in youtube, so many bad quality tutorials here, but your video is fantastic, so amazed, so real effects, i am breathless……………………… Greets from Germany

  • Mauro Tosetto says:

    hello frederic, great video and many congratulations on your fantastic technique and how to explain it.
    it is possible to use the same technique to highlight a bare metal aircraft panels (for example, a sabre)?
    Many thanks

  • Tom Draug says:

    Thanks, great tutorial. Two questions: do you put oil paint on paper to remove linseed oil? Do you use white spirit thinner and in what (roughly) ratio?

  • Kevin Traineau says:

    Bonjour,
    Je voudrais d'avoir s'il est possible de faire la même chose avec et sur de la peinture acrylique ? Aussi, faut-il passer une couche de vernis avant de passer à la phase de vieillissement de l'appareil pour éviter de dégrader les couches d'en dessous ou cela n'est pas nécessaire ?
    Merci par avance pour votre réponse,
    Votre travail est juste magnifique !

  • Benoit Bonnier says:

    Bonjour Frédéric, Quand vous étalez la peinture à l'huile, est-ce que vous la dilué avant de l'appliquer, si oui, avec quoi, de la térébenthine ou white spirit ? Je tente pour la première fois cette opération car j'adore l'effet que cela fait sur le char. C'est plus substile et l'effet est plus réel. Merci et beau travail.

  • Benoit Bonnier says:

    J'oubliais, est ce que vous appliquez un sealant par la suite pour protéger le tout ?

  • Dennis Graham says:

    What color would I use to lighten the panels on my Abrams. It's a Darker green.

  • Kai Yi Yang says:

    Anyone knows the name of background music? Excellent video by the way.

  • rio nugroho says:

    im new for oil paint, did you use it straight from the tube or need to be thin a little bit with oil before applying to the model,, thanks

  • zeroa6 says:

    Awesome! Thanks!

  • Clockwork data | diasse says:

    Super! I just got me a pack of Abteilung 502 and was thinking "now what???" and came across your video. Thanks!!! 🙂

  • Buckner Tarsney says:

    Your videos are fantastisch! I would encourage you to make more.

  • Orions Painting says:

    why are you not making videos anymore. these are amazing. soooo good

  • Jean Marc Galzy says:

    Très beau travail mon ami et très beau modèle
    J adore ta vidéo c est un plaisir pour les yeux 😎👍
    Je suis abonné de FRANCE
    Et je serai fier de t'avoir comme abonné aussi 👍
    Very good work my friend and very nice model
    I enjoy watching your video this is a pleasure for the eyes 😎👍
    I am subscribed of France
    And I would be proud to have you as subscriber too 👍

  • Todd says:

    THIS IS A BIG HELP! IS THE PLANE CLEARED BEFORE THE DECALS ARE ADDED, AND BEFORE THE HIGHLIGHTS TO THE PANELS ARE PAINTED WITH BRUSH? THANK YOU, TODD

  • HL 17 says:

    simple , and down to the point, thank alot of the technique, it quite different from using oil dot and wipe most of it using thinner,

  • HL 17 says:

    may i ask, did you diluted oil paint or use it direct out of the bottle ? . Also, can i use this technique, but instead with white or cream, i use a lighter shade than the original colour ?

  • Rock'N'RollPosers Scaleworld says:

    This is how it should look like!

  • Timothy Booker says:

    I am going to put out my oil paints on a paper towel to allow the linseed oil to be taken out,After the linseed oil is out what should i use to thin them?

  • Sprue Fascination Channel says:

    Thanks for sharing!

  • sean soblixe says:

    WOULD HAVE BEEN BETTER TO VOICE NARRATE. TEXT IS DISTRACTING TO THE ACTUAL VISUALS. DROP THE MUSIC, WE ONLY CAME HERE FOR THE INFORMATION AND VISUALS……TWO THUMBS DOWN.

  • benzwt benzwt says:

    You mentioned that, the oil weathering works best in semi-gloss surface, did you seal the model with matt varnish after the weathering ? thanks!

  • JP C says:

    More videos please!!!

  • Maarten de Klein says:

    Is this with oilpaint ore wather acril paint,thanks for this video😏👍

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