Viggen camo mask•
Posted on June 19 2015
Now we will show, very briefly how to use new Aztecmodels masks.
In this case Aztec made a detailed work with Viggen Mask.
Is well known that splitter camo is one of the most difficult to be reproduced, not to mention that accuracy can be very hard to accomplished.
We recommended to begin with
1.- Paint the areas where Tan color is and wait
until paint dries. It doesn’t matter if you excess
from the area, later it will be covered with darker
2.- Once paint is dry, cover with the Tan Masks
the sections painted in Tan, using the drawings to
locate correct places. We recommend
you to swab the undercoat of the masks with
a mix of dishwashing liquid and water to
make easiert to set each mask. Let it dry.
3.- Repeat steps 1 & 2 for the Light
Green and Dark Green colors.
To prevent the paint pass between the
edges of the mask, we recomend you
to use HUMBROL’s MASKOL to cover it.
4.- Once the masks of the three colors
are on the model, paint the remaining
areas with the Black color. Let it dry.
5.- Always check images to proper
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