TIE Fighter | Revell Star Wars 1:110 Scale Model Kit | Full Series

Part One (00:00): Building the original Star Wars TIE Fighter 1:110 scale model kit by Revell. In this video we prepare the model parts. paint & assemble the cockpit and get ready to paint and assemble the whole model in the following part of this video series. Part Two (08:09): In this video we paint the Revell TIE Fighter 1:110 scale model using a cast iron metallic paint along with paint washes and wiping techniques.

1:35 Scale Mechanical Female Soldier Figure Model | Build & Paint | Full Series

Part One (00:00): Building and assembling a 1/35 scale mechanical female soldier resin garage kit. Sussing out where each part goes as no instructions supplied with kit. Part Two (14:53): Painting the model to create a kind of worn effect and metallic effects with a finished cyberpunk and perhaps steampunk theme. We employ both washes and the faithful dry brushing technique to create the paint effects on the science fiction model.

Part Two | 1/35 Mechanical Female Soldier Resin Garage Kit | Paint Job

The second and final part in this short series featuring the mechanical female soldier garage kit. In this video we paint the model creating a kind of worn look and metallic effects with a finished cyberpunk and perhaps steampunk theme. We employ both washes and the faithful dry brushing technique to create the paint effects on the science fiction model.

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*Competition Closed* 3 Winners! Win A Turtle-Dragon. Netsuke Turtle-Dragon Challenge Competition.

This competition is now closed and we have 3 winners! 🙂

I thought I’d put up a challenge/competition as an experiment and if this proves to be a success, I will continue with similar competitions and challenges in the future! 🙂

This is the very first challenge and a small one for starters. We have three Netsuke Turtle-Dragons up for grabs. All you need to do is write “I want a turtle-dragon” in the comments below and the first three people who do this will win a Turtle-Dragon casted by Dramamask with resin.

The condition to entering the challenge competition is once the entrant has won the resin Turtle-Dragon and has received the item via post, they need to paint the Netsuke figure and make a video and send the video to Dramamask at maskdrama@gmail.com A video is preferred, but will accept photos of your finished painted Turtle-Dragon also! 🙂

Do not enter your address in the YouTube comments section. When the three winners have won their resin figures, send your address to maskdrama@gmail.com and from there we can send you the resin figurine by post. All addresses and information will be kept private.

Dramamask Evolution reserves the right to terminate the competition and/or challenge at any time for any reason.

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