Painting Sewers - Starting with the Walls

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Re: Painting Sewers - Starting with the Walls

Post by brvheart » Tue Oct 25, 2016 3:09 am

I am in the middle of painting mine to I recognize the stone formation of the second from the left as factory after doing a bunch of them! Yours look very good! I hope mine turn out as well:)

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Re: Painting Sewers - Starting with the Walls

Post by William » Fri Jan 29, 2016 1:08 am

Fooled me, you're so good at painting seemless matches. :o
I need to do the sculpting on my thousands... of bow tie slots, wish you could do the painting for me? ;) I keep thinking I'll have to repaint all my floors to make a good match.

I can't wait to do some green stuff mods to these Sewer Walls and the Sluiceways. I plan on adding some things that didn't quite wash down the sewer so well, if you get my pile... Maybe some slimey things streaming from the grates and I absolutely will add something to a few sewer 1x2 floor tiles that sit under the walls with drain holes in them.

This has been so hard viewing all the fun and still I sit here just watching and waiting. :roll:
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Re: Painting Sewers - Starting with the Walls

Post by jchunick » Tue Jan 26, 2016 7:52 pm

Thanks, guys! :-)
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Re: Painting Sewers - Starting with the Walls

Post by Vegomatic » Tue Jan 26, 2016 7:02 pm

Bravo!!!

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Re: Painting Sewers - Starting with the Walls

Post by dice4hire » Tue Jan 26, 2016 6:57 pm

I got all unpainted but I intend to go for a near factory paint job this time around, at elast for most pieces. Glad to see it looks possible with sewers.
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Re: Painting Sewers - Starting with the Walls

Post by madrigalian » Tue Jan 26, 2016 6:47 pm

Helluva nice job sir. Very impressive.
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Re: Painting Sewers - Starting with the Walls

Post by jchunick » Tue Jan 26, 2016 6:31 pm

So, I tricked you guys. :-) Three of them are mine. The 2nd one from the left is the factory one. Good guess, ForestZ and biowizard! I thought I'd see if adding that curve ball would have some sort of an effect.

I didn't use the paint guide, mostly because it was late and I couldn't remember where I had put it after printing it out. Other than missing the black bottom it was a pretty easy one to figure out.
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Re: Painting Sewers - Starting with the Walls

Post by ForestZ » Tue Jan 26, 2016 5:54 pm

I would say second from the left also, but only because you asked us to pick (there are a few give-aways if that is the right answer). When I saw the picture, I thought you had painted them all, and I was wondering how they stacked up to the factory, but I was thinking "they look an awful lot like how I remember the factory paints." So bravo!

Did you follow the painting guide? I read the house painting guides and looking at the pictures I was concerned the results wouldn't match the factory paints (which is moot for me since I'm getting all unpainted).

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Re: Painting Sewers - Starting with the Walls

Post by William » Tue Jan 26, 2016 5:50 pm

I'll guess the one all the way left, but I agree it's a very nice match.
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Re: Painting Sewers - Starting with the Walls

Post by Audles » Tue Jan 26, 2016 5:47 pm

I'm not going to bother guessing. It'd be a total shot in the dark. Great job Josh!

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