How to make a rusty surface.

Jim R

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Very effective and quite simple. I am surprised that the black wash didn't destroy the texture from the pastels.
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Thanks for that John, really good information.

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Very effective and quite simple. I am surprised that the black wash didn't destroy the texture from the pastels.
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Yes looks ok, he's a great guy plenty of hints for things, of course they are mainly for trains but this just looked good. What I liked was the texture that it gave, perfect for our burnt out tanks Jim. :smiling:
 

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John

Thanks for sharing. Very simple and yet remarkably effective.

Best of all I already have the pigment set. Plasmo recommended on his youtube channel for home made pigments.

Thanks again.

ATB.

Andrew
 

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Hi JR, Really informative.......have used sponges in the past for small camo patterns..........you can easily over do it if not careful. a bit of practice on a non model object would be useful to try for different effects. Thanks again for sharing this. Rick H. :thumb2:
 

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ta for showing us John alway nice to know other ways of doing it, :smiling:
 

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Hi all, well its just another thing that might work for us, always good to see these ideas.Glad you enjoyed it.
 
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