I love the details in an artist palette. It’s a visual of thought and struggle of the artist as they work through their pieces. The layers, the texture, the colors, and the mess of the palette are often overlooked for their polished piece, but these raw details are just as exciting in the creative process. Im so happy to have my camera out more regularly again. So many projects and ideas that I am eager to get to, and sometimes the hardest part is remembering to slow down. Stay creative friends👌
These were the stars today. Scheveningen Purple Brown with some Madder Geranium gave me the pink I was looking for. I just love working with @oldhollandcolours paints. So many different colours, so colour-rich. It’s lovely to see what I visualise in my head come out on the board. Still a #workinprogress .
Complete list of all products used for the Sherman project.
Picture 2**********. Priming , modulation, chipping and varnish:
AK interactive Olive drab primer mixed with AK interactive acrylic thinner and drying retarder.
Base colour is AK212. Highlight colours are made by adding flat white and AK700, shadows by adding flat black.
Chipping done with AK711 and sealed with Vallejo Gloss varnish.
Picture 3**********. Oils, washes and filter.
Streaking done with oilbrushers Buff, Ochre, Olive drab and starship filth + ABT060. Stains done with ABT160.
Pin wash with AK 045 dark brown for green.
Filters is MIG-1508.
Picture 4**********. Pigments: Mig 3002, 3003, 3004 and pigment fixer.
Picture 5**********. Accessories:
Mig gun metal pigment for M2 and metal parts. Vallejo red for the Jerry can. AK4214 for barrel and M2 ammo. AK779 and AK781 for wooden parts.
Feel free to ask questions if I left anything out. #tamiya#akinteractive#ammobymigjimenez#ammobymig#abteilung#abteilung502#vallejo#vallejopaints#oilbrushers#ammooilbrushers#oilpaints#acrylicpaint#sherman#shermantank