More Involved Camouflage

Since my previous build project was such a simple paint scheme, I did want to post just this one example of the Hurricane I’m currently working one.


On a project like this its common for masking to be a very time consuming process!


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About atcDave

I'm 5o-something years old and live in Ypsilanti, Michigan. I'm happily married to Jodie. I was an air traffic controller for 33 years and recently retired; grew up in the Chicago area, and am still a fanatic for pizza and the Chicago Bears. My main interest is military history, and my related hobbies include scale model building and strategy games.
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2 Responses to More Involved Camouflage

  1. Nicely done. I just picked up some tack not too long ago and will probably use it on my BTR build. You’re just using masking tape to fill the gaps?

    There’s a guy online and he uses plastic bags. Not like it makes a huge difference, but interesting people using their own variations on the same methods.

    • atcDave says:

      Yeah it is interesting how different things work for different builders.
      For the “squiggly” types of camo I like the Blu Tac for defining borders, and then just use the cheapest masking tape to fill in. For sharp edges I like Tamiya’s masking tape; but its expensive! I try not to waste it for things like filling in spaces.
      I’ll look forward to seeing how your BTR comes out.

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