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    The most amazing guide to weathering ever!

    Hey guys,

    A freind of mine recently bought this book, it is the best guide to weathering vehicles I have ever found, the techniques inside are MIND BLOWING. I was gobsmacked at how good the paint jobs are, and it's really well explained. Totally photorealistic, even down to sun scorched paint and corroded axles! It's specifically for tanks, but it can be applied to other things. I really reccomend this book, it's an absolute must! I wish I could show you some pics, but they're probably copyrighted or something. It's a bit pricey, but totally worth every penny.

    Hope some of you find it useful .

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    Uh.... any idea of what this wonder book might be called? It would be a tad difficult to find and or read it without first knowing it's name.

    Otherwise, sounds awesome! I've got Necrons coming up after my Mercs, and weathered metal is always fun!

    EDIT: Heh, just found the link. MAH BAD.
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    Any idea if the guide to figure painting that's from the same author is any good?
    No more NG spearmen, thanks! Now I need some pump-wagons!

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    The link was a tad hard to find.

    I did a Google-search on it and it turned up some really pretty pictures.

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