Osaka Castle Main Tower - Paper Model

Found this paper model in Canon japanese site's papercraft section:

http://cp.c-ij.com/en/contents/3152/03347/index.html


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Printed it on 120gr paper using a HP PSC 1210 all-in-one printer. The original .pdfs were scaled down to 50%.

The Nativity - Odemars

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128mm Flak 40 Extratech 1/72

Some dry pastel dust is the only thing lefty besides a few touch-ups:

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128mm Flak 40 Extratech 1/72

Some photos I forgot to add. They show the model after assembly and cleaning, before the painting process begun:


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128mm Flak 40 Extratech 1/72


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I'll prime it with Tamiya White plus some drops of Pledge tomorrow, then Vallejo paints will come to the rescue!

128mm Flak 40 Extratech 1/72


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This is how it looks after a couple of oil washes and before the final matt coat.

- Windsor&Newton Raw Umber + Mig Thinner for Washes applied with a nº1 brush overall, left to dry for a few minutes and excess removed/pushed around with the same brush only with thinner this time.
- Repeated the application now using Burnt Umber and a few points of green, yellow and blue for some extra staining

The figure will now receive some bits of Magic Sculpt to fix some joints and improve the overall aspect of the pose.