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Post-shading

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By Aaron Skinner
Published: April 26, 2012
FSM-SB0209_01
Associate Editor Aaron Skinner spent years trying to get his paint smooth and even, only to discover the model looked smooth and even, but not necessarily lively. Washes and dry-brushing helped, but it wasn't until he began to use post-shading that his models became more dynamic. Here's how he does it.

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5 stars
BRADLEY MCILWAINE said:
Excellent article going to try this technique on my next model
5 stars
HARVEY BAKER JR from ALABAMA said:
Looks good on a solid color model but I'm wondering how to do it on a camouflaged tank.
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MANLIUS DUNCAN from SOUTH CAROLINA said:
Once I started this technique I again could not stop! This plus weathering = god modeling!!
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