PT-76B.....PAINT/WEATHER TUTORIAL
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Re:PT-76B.....PAINT/WEATHER TUTORIAL 11 years, 4 months ago #31

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this image shows the contrast
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Re:PT-76B.....PAINT/WEATHER TUTORIAL 11 years, 4 months ago #32

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now we have some of the tools in place to dress ouit the vehicle a git .....they are done seperatley and weathered seperatly
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Re:PT-76B.....PAINT/WEATHER TUTORIAL 11 years, 4 months ago #33

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because this is a amphibious vehicle it is going to show signs of rust and wear more quickly than otheres but the same techniques will apply to any armored vehicle..........
First using a fine brush apply a bit of zippo fluid to the weld seam or any other recessed detail or raised detail and then take a small bit ....very small bit of burnt sienna artists oil paint and apply to the same area follow this with a bit more of the zippo fluid and it will flow where desired
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Re:PT-76B.....PAINT/WEATHER TUTORIAL 11 years, 4 months ago #34

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rust detail
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Re:PT-76B.....PAINT/WEATHER TUTORIAL 11 years, 4 months ago #35

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more rust work
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Re:PT-76B.....PAINT/WEATHER TUTORIAL 11 years, 4 months ago #36

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still more

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Re:PT-76B.....PAINT/WEATHER TUTORIAL 11 years, 4 months ago #37

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It  helps to have a continuity to the wear and rust ....makes it more real looking
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