Completed » Vincent [Futuristic]

Here’s the final images of Vincent. I’d like to thank Walter Pezzali for this wonderful model and design. It’s really a fun kit with a lot of possibilities and I hope to see more builds of him by some of you soon. (Walter would like that too!) I shot a…

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In Progress » ‘Futuristic’ Prototype 01 Vincent » Rusted

Since the last update I’ve been applying the various fading, discoloration and rust techniques using oil paints as well as chipping up and aging the chrome finish. First a flat coat of Future Floor Acrylic was applied over all the parts including the chrome. This seals all the prior layers…

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In Progress » ‘Futuristic’ Prototype 01 Vincent » Chrome

I masked and sprayed more chrome onto the blue parts today and finished the shoulders and “hips”. The “1” emblem was painted over with red oil paint then wiped away to show the raised chrome parts. I painted rust-colored Vallejo paints onto the inner-torso parts then masked with liquid mask…

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In Progress » ‘Futuristic’ Prototype 01 Vincent » Paint Chips

I’ve been working on painting up Vincent the past few days inbetween getting things ready for my youngest daughters 4th birthday party tomorrow. (check out the cake I made her today!) I started Vinnie the same way as the signs with a base-coat of Color Place flat black and rust,…

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In Progress » ‘Futuristic’ Prototype 01 Vincent » Seedy Garbage

At this point I’m about 95% done with the base. All I have left to do is to put a nice wooden edge around the plywood base and add some “to be determined” effects from Vincent when he’s done. He’ll also need some holes drilled to pin him to the…

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In Progress » ‘Futuristic’ Prototype 01 Vincent » Marquee

Continuing on with the sign and weathering, I applied some oil paint discoloration to the sign. Blues, rusts and light dirt colors were applied to the blue circles while reds, pinks, light dirt and rust were applied to the red circles. These dabs of oil paint were then blended in…

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