Next I painted all the small parts & trim of the copter. I have seen these in several different colors, mine was in maroon
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After the paint dried, it was time to detail the small parts. First the cockpit:
I use Model Master leather for the seats, gave it a black wash & them drybrushes tan for a well worn look. Painted the bolts silver, highlighted the buttons & fire extinguishers red. The gauges (hard to see at this angle) are painted white, with silver trim & red pointers. Weathering was done with silver & rust drybrushing. Everything was given a black wash, then sprayed with Testors Dull Coat.
Then the rest of the small parts:
Same thing - silver & rust drybrush, black wash & Dull Coat
"It ain't about how hard you hit, but how hard you can get hit, how much you can take and keep moving forward - thats how winning is done!" Rocky Balboa