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    creating battle damage on black armor.

    OK, I have seen the battle damage on other colors of armor...

    Most of what I have seen is a jagged pattern in the direction of the damage painted in black, and then a smaller replica of the same pattern in boltgun metal, leaving a slightly visible line of the black around the metal to simulate the undercoat that has not yet been removed by the damage..

    How do I go about replicating this on Black Armor? I had actually considered using a dark metallic color followed by a brighter metallic one. The other option is to use a gray, then follow up with metal..

    Any suggestions on this?


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    I don't see why black would be any different from other colors in terms of such weathering. I mean, silver will show up just as well on black as on, say, green. The dark metallic paint might be better for making a surface to better show the brighter silver, though.

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