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Hey everyone , I just started a death guard army and am going to buy a forgeworld Dred. I saw this picture of the Death Guard dred and got inspired by the rust on the gun and around the body which you can see using the link below. I was wondering if you had any idea of how to duplicate this effect
any help is great, Thanks
Death Guard Drednaught with rust
Well, a common and really easy way of making rust is applying fleshwash or brownwash onto boltgun metal. But to get an as realistic effect as in the picture, i would suggest multiple drybrushes of mixes between orange and brown.
Your best shot is to find something really rusty and have it in front of you for reference while you paint. If you can't find that, find a pic of something rusty.
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yeah, usually you use inks and stuff, but it seems this person glued really fine particles to create the bumpy surface of rust and then did some brown dry brushing and stuff..
i use inks for rust-flesh wash,chestnut ink, and a green wash. Those colors seem to make a cool looking rust effect.Check out this picture of my nurgle champion.
also in the august 2003 isue of white dwarf there is something on rust.
I great way i have "discovered" is to just use chesnut ink on the areas you want to look rusted
add a small amount o'sand too, then paint it
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a great way of painting rust is by first lightly flock the area u want rasted , then mix some brazen brass and a small bit of virmin brown . then paint it onto the flock , when dry add chestnut ink , this will give it a nice dark rusted affect , it works great .
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i find a really good way is to put a heavy inkwash on then sprinkle the area with salt. the ink gathers around the salt giving it a really bubbled flaking look, and when the ink is dry just brush the salt off
Hm.. That sounds really interesting. I bet there are many more ways to use salt when painting. I've got to try that!i find a really good way is to put a heavy inkwash on then sprinkle the area with salt. the ink gathers around the salt giving it a really bubbled flaking look, and when the ink is dry just brush the salt off
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