As I am getting into the painting side it has grown into my own style that I am comfortable with. I am using a lot of strong tone to make my models look like they have just been in a fight. Now I am painting my syfy I don't want them to look all shiney. I want to put rust on the metal and other weathering effects. Can anyone put me on the right road.
Mig pigments have s video too. In all honesty I would use: Chaos black Dryad bark Tallarn flesh Fortress grey Hobgoblin orange And a sponge
You dab the sponge in the paint, mainly dry it off on kitchen towel then dab it on the area to weather. Either use stuff out of blisters or multicases or the like. Bigger the "bubbles" the better (I know!!!) and try not to use a straight edge, pick at it.
Much better thanks. I managed to drive to the supermarket yesterday, but it was not a fun experience. Today it is just a constant dull pain with the occasional sharp pain when I move my arm too quickly.
Torn muscles usually take about two weeks to sort themselves out, so I should be OK by Monday.
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