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Liberator Finished by slycherrychunks Liberator Finished by slycherrychunks
All finished. Mostly lazy drybrushing after an inkwash - I did go back and do some finer highlighting by hand as the ship still looked very dull and grey. Once again the green transparency is barely noticable on the picture but it looks quite good in real life. Also went a bit over the top with the Games Workshop varnish, the coatings quite shiny.

Oh, the thin lines around the engine globe are done in graphic arts pen. Using pen failed horribly on my R-9 model but with a little patience (you know, nice neat thin coats and waiting for paint to dry) it works fine. Definitely a technique I'll be using on future models - great for super fine details.
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SciFi-Designer Featured By Owner Apr 10, 2011
I love what you have done here, and in addition to the DVD collection will be using this item - as its so magnificently made in my re-creation of a scaled model of the Liberator in Second Life as soon as I can get around to it. Very well done!
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slycherrychunks Featured By Owner Apr 10, 2011
A lot of detail is weird on my model because it's so small. The Titanfind kit is pretty detailed and can be used as a good reference

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SciFi-Designer Featured By Owner Apr 10, 2011
Thanks for the inforama, will look that up.
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gfoyle Featured By Owner May 8, 2009
I HAVE to have one of these. It's an amazing piece of work.
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slycherrychunks Featured By Owner May 8, 2009
judging by your own Tardis model, you easily have the talent to make your own. Its just tubes and stuff. Heres a link to the unassembled parts [link]
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