About the misuse of the AMMO MIG stuff, what about trying to mix some Enamel wash with Gedeo Epoxy resin ? That works in a quite bizarre way: it does blend but yet it does not.. ideal to make oil leaks in the water if you prefer
so I ticked "done" in front of the "diorama with sea through water showing a vehicle in it" line
Here is the second from the plane series, a 1/48 diorama with sea through water. i didn't build any base yet and I think it ought to get one. the colours are that vivid on the original diorama
See gallery here
I decided I would make a sort of "off" to my recent "View From a Bridge" diorama. That's it, doing the opposite of it, to sort of place it out of this earth.
Anyway, i started building this kit, the De Havilland Vampire as made by Trumpeter that has been described by some dude on a British forum as one of the worst kit of the decade.
So plenty to see ibn the work on Alclad, shades and all (please note the bluish tint on the underside)
Here is the View From a Bridge diorama, based on a picture of a F-8 Crusader that missed the bridge of an Aircraft Carrier.
I call that one not so much affectionnaly the 150€ diorama, because this is roughly what it cost me. The kit, the cockpit detail set, the figure (heavily modfied of course), the resin, the slicon etc etc. And I don't even count the 3 or 4 brushes ruined or the cost of the paint .
Plane model making.. applied for a diorama of course. It is an expensive and very hard hobby..
Anyway, I used AMMO's version of Kursk-like terrain to weather a Academy F-8 Crusader, and yes it certainly does do the trick!