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First, sorry if the title is confusing. I couldn't figure out how to make it sound right and still convey my meaning.
Anyway, I'm building a Goff Ork warband and wanted to give one of my Trukks a black and white check pattern, but also wanted it to have the Red Paint Job upgrade.
My idea was that the Goffs, always at war, did a very speedy paint job whereby they took cans of red paint and litterally threw it agains the sides of the trukk.
I hope someone understand what I mean.
Anywho, does anyone have a good idea on how to achieve such an effect?
3 things come to mind:
Directional paint splats.
Paint dribbling down due to gravity
The odd paint can still stuck to the side.
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A thimble and a rubberband?
maybe get red paintballs and throw em at the truck??
Ide prob try a big brush and splat it on.
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How about putting the red paint onto an old brush and then running your finger/scrap of plasticard over the bristles. It should give a fair paint splatter effect.
Thats a really good idea to try on your Trukks. I'm not quite sure if this is what they are called but i think its an eye dropper. If you get one and put red paint in it and just squirt it on maybe it'll work. Just an idea.
the problem with this is the difference in scale and the general mechanics that goes on.
My chief suggestion was watering down a little red paint and chucking it out of something small like a thimble to get the correct shape. the problem with this is that you wont get natural drips from it (they will be far too large).
Heres what i figure: get your model, and draw "drip lines" on it with water and draw the main shape of the splat on it (over the drip lines, hopefully they will catch the paint and it will flow down them). Search on the internet for the shapes it causes and then try and recreate it. probably covering most of the model and then flicking the paintbrush at the portion will do a pretty good job of breaking it up.
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Maybe get a thin straw, suck some paint up with it and then blow it at your model.
It might work...
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It's a little messy but get plastic pellets, dip them in paint and fling them at the vehicle
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