This is the last process of weathering in the creation of Jesta.
This time it’s chipping and shadowblowing again.
I’m going to do it to the extent that it doesn’t become too slightly assertive.
Once the decals are finished, they are coated with matte clear because they will peel off during the work if they are left as they are. It will now be possible to disassemble with peace of mind.
For this chipping I used Tamiya enamel paint in neutral grey.
I used a grey in the smear paint, so it’s like I matched it.
Melamine sponges and dry brush brushes are used to express the scratches on the fuselage. As this is a mass-produced aircraft, it is a good idea to give it a feeling of use.
Shadow spraying is done with a very dilute enamel paint flat black. It represents soot on the vernier and dirt near the joints.
When the shadow spraying is finished, spray a glossy topcoat to complete the process.
The weathering is complete.
The blue painted with the basic paint was quite dark, so I used a grey that seemed to stand out relatively well, but it gave a good atmosphere.
I used the standard flat black for the shadow spraying, but I am satisfied with the sooty effect.
The atmosphere of an aircraft that has been in actual combat has come out and it has become the ideal Jesta.
This is all the work done this time.
Thank you very much for seeing it through to the end.