weathering wooden ship model deck

ak301 dark wash for wood deck - youtube

zvezda varyag part 7 wood deck plank effect - duration: ak305 streaking grime for light grey ships how to paint & weather dak model tanks standard weathering procedure ep.3

weathering ship models - model warships

in 1/350 scale if the ship is being shown in bigger waves i again use all the above techniques but glue the paper over bits of scrap wood to give the shape of the waves (remember to keep the wood bits clear of where the ship will go .) when the ship is finished ready for varnishing then i paint and drybrush the wakes and bow-waves, this is

how to do deck planking on wooden model ships

in a wooden model ship the deck planks are laid on what is called a false deck. the false deck will be part of the 2mm laser cut plywood in the kit. two types of false decks are shown below.

weathering the tan deck any easy way of doing this - painting

scott, one thing to keep in mind if all you're trying to do is make the plastic 'wood' look more like real wood (as opposed to weathering the model) is that on real sailing ships the wooden decks do have a very uniform color to them, usually a light tan.

how to weather a scale model ship - youtube

1/350 scale model ships by jj model making how to weather a model ship tutorial. recently i've been asked how exactly do i weather my 1/350 scale model ships? well today i show you - in 4k no less

ship model deck planking tips and tricks #1 - youtube

tips and tricks how to give your deck planking on your ship model a realistic look. wooden model ship planking pt 2 - duration: 4:33. kenneth bascom 148,808 views. 4:33.

deck and superstructure weathering - finescale modeler

i have only done 4-5 wash jobs and they have all been on aircraft, this is my first attempt at ship weathering. i was thinking of a light grey wash on the decks, then maybe a light to medium brown on the super structure to give it a little bit of a rusty look. any information or additional methods to age the ship would be appreciated.

stain for deck? - model ship world by the nautical research guild

the guild is a non-profit educational organization whose mission is to “advance ship modeling through research”. we provide support to our members in their efforts to raise the quality of their model ships. the nautical research guild has published our world-renowned quarterly magazine, the nautical research journal, since 1955. the