I've applied primer to the ship - I'm
rapidly learning that there are a ton of details to pay attention to,
but the primary things to pay attention to are:
- Your skin is contaminated (sweat, oils, etc) - just assume
- Airbrushing's complicated. Thinning of different kinds
of paint, nozzle type, air pressure, distance from model, etc.
It seems one just has to develop an instinct for it all over
Below are some pictures to show you
what I've got. I know that I'm not going to be able to just sit
down and paint, not to mention the fact that coats take days to dry
completely (I've learned that if you cut corners here, the paint
cracks! Just let it sit there and dry, don't get impatient).
Therefore, the model sits beneath the case (which has been propped up
by almost one inch) between coats.
I've been using suction cups and string
to pick up the case.