More Ship Shape


It turns out painting a thin colour wash is a very different process to drybrushing. The rudder in particular looks like it was visited by a very incontinent seagull: more practice required, I think.

Still, the detailed bits are roughly the right shape, and most of the ‘straight’ lines are going in the intended direction.


One thought on “More Ship Shape

  1. Andy, it’s looking fine. I’m sorry if I caused you grief, but I think it’s progressing really well. Just keep looking at the liught and imagining how that is describing the shapes that you are painting. Easy for me to say, of course, but much more difficult to do. It is great seeing it come on in stages like this.

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