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Now that I’ve airbrushed a base coat onto my Rebel Grot vehicles I can start adding detail to each of them individually. I prefer to do this stage individually because each step feels really long if I’m doing a bunch of vehicles at a time. This way it feels like I’m making more progress and I can give each vehicle a little more attention. The first one I am working through is one of the Leman Russ Exterminators. I’ve picked out some of the details and have made a lot of progress on weathering.
There is still a fair amount of details to pick out, some checks and dags to add, and a little more weathering then I’ll add a line highlight. By next week I expect to have this one finished and be at least part way through the second one. I haven’t done much on the hull and sponson weapons. I’ll probably paint the weapons for both Russes between this one and the second one.
Expect to see a lot of painted tank pics in the next few weeks! How do you prefer your tanks, factory fresh or well worn and weathered?