I started by going back over my lightest color and filling it in a bit more and sharpening up the edge where it meets the chocolate brown. I then followed up with the chocolate brown and repeated the process. After that I worked in the middlestone, but this time I went with the straight Vallejo Model Color middlestone which has a been more green to it than the Vallejo Model Air which has quite a bit more yellow in it.
It still needs some more work before I call the camo done but I'm much happier with it. I started on the wheels as well. I painted the interior of the two spare wheels with the middlestone to try and give it a bit of a see through effect. I which I could get some real spoked wheels for it. I might take a look around and see if I can find some after ReaperCon. I think they would look really sharp.
So tonight's work looks like this.
|At the start, pretty ugly, really need to get back in practice with the airbrush|
|Filling in the light color and sharpening the inside edges, starting to work the chocolate brown.|
|Working the lines tighter, starting in with the middlestone|
|And the wheels, white walls! You can see the two I picked out for the spare tires.|