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Project R: Integrating by Parts

EDIT: Took down the cover image because for some reason it was overwhelming people’s blog-rolls…. Not sure why prisma did this…

I’m still moving glacially slow when it comes to my painting projects I’m afraid, however I think a part of this might be the fact that I’m not dividing this ship into manageable parts.  With this in mind, I’ve been making incremental progress on the parts I’ve already got assembled, concentrating on the forward superstructure and funnel assembly (which was a testing bed for my painting style, colours, etc.)

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Productivity Update #1

Hey all!

I’m not really one to post to help stay accountable for my painting and whatnot, but this does seem like a good way to stay on top of things without breaking the bank account (for new models).  So this might start to be a ‘thing’.  Who knows.

I painted one of the heavy weapon teams in advance of the other two teams, because I needed to stick one in my Company Command Squad.  I’m just now getting around to the other two bases.  I kind of dreaded painting these guys based on my experience with the first one… I found it hard to working around the large base.

So here’s what’s on my desk presently, and please excuse the photography.

At this point I've got the fatigues mostly layered up and inked, working on highlighting greens, and skin-tones.  I typically go on after the fact to work on the sandbags & other details.
At this point I’ve got the fatigues mostly layered up and inked, working on highlighting greens, and skin-tones. I typically go on after the fact to work on the sandbags & other details.
Red means basecoating not yet complete.  Yellow in progress.  Green means all aspects completed.  Some vehicles have multiple variants; it should be pretty intuitive to see what variants apply to each chassis.
Red means basecoating not yet complete. Yellow in progress. Green means all aspects completed. Some vehicles have multiple variants; it should be pretty intuitive to see what variants apply to each chassis.