Santisima Trinidad Occre 1/90 scale

Donnie

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I think your green is fine. I think I would add a little light brown rusty color here and there. Other than that, it is really nice. I was not brave enough to do the paint scheme like you did. I wish I had done it your way after looking at yours.
EDIT: Maybe if you took some 1000 grit and lightly sanded in random areas and then go with another coat of green. Do this a few times to give it a painted but worn look. It will also pickup and high-light any raised areas on the rudder to make them stand out too.
 

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Hello Donnie, thank you for your commentary and I will follow your advice and as far as your Santisima is concerned, this is my great inspiration for me when it comes to finishing, I can learn a lot from it.
greetings from Ostend
Willy
 

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hello friends, an update on how my SantisimaTrinidad progresses, I am still busy with the finishing touch of the hull, but as always I can not stay at the same point and have already started with the preparation of the masts
Greetings
Dj (Willy)

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