WIP – Dory, Dinghy, Tender 3rd update

2 Dec

Nearing the completion of this project.  After applying the final wash… I decided to re- pour the same wash to deepen the color further.  The image to the right is the result of the last pour – and the image below is how it looks once all the masque has been removed.

From here I go in and sharpen up the details. This stage take a surprisingly long time.  I am always so excited to get in there and do the work…. becasue it looks so close to completion – but every area need some attention and detail.  Next post – this will be complete.

So gald I reserve all the paint in the pots from the pours. Sure comes in handy now!

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