I have been long gone from the forum and it took me a while to look through Your Plog. I really like what you have been doing! Especially the yellow it is turning up really crisp, good job. I appreciate also the add-ons about your extra-hobby interests.
The base is coming up nicely.
I’m a little stumped as to how I’m going to paint the windows. I know there are a few good ways to do it as I’ve seen both @Iraqiel and @Moriouce do it on their minis but their canopies aren’t exactly flat like mine. So I’ve come up with this as an idea and would Very much appreciate input from ALL of you heretics out there with how you think this will work. (Please be critical as I intend on doing all my future flyers like this and want to get good at it). This is still a general idea (I was impatient between layers and I didn’t think the paints any so this is the gist.)
I would take the principal of your idea but with a twist:
As the windows in front of storm raven consists of two parts I would rotate the project upside down with the brightest corner on top left or right. This would allow you to highlight nicely the lower part of the "windshield" of the vehicle from both sides with a little shading in both corners. This way you can make the "brake" between two surfaces pop up nicely. Maybe even try to wet blend the layers on the "windshield" - I use glycerin to do so.
I hope that the description is clear enough
, hope it helps you make your mind.
I will be keeping a close eye on this Plog - looking forward to next updates.