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Not bad. Now is that a test model? If not what is it for.
Yeah, I picked it up for .50 and had some extra admech symbols so I put them on. Im sure It will get used as something sometime right now its just a test model.
That's a suitable weathered look, I like it. Oil paints are also a nice way to add cool weathering effects. Burnt umber for stains & grease, some black for outlining and such. And weathering powders are great for adding soot and rust.
Yeah. I have a friend that does stuff with powder pigments. I haven't tried anything with them yet.
Don't be shy to have a go with them. oil paints and powders seem daunting at first but are actually easier to handle than acrylic paints as you can 'correct' them even after applying. It's a free-for-all until you fixate them.
I agree. an excellent source for this is the Forgeworld Masterclass book. If you want a cheaper alternative have a look at magazines like Military In Scale who have plenty of walkthroughs and tutorials on painting tanks and aircraft.
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