I'm thinking a base coat of black, followed by some red/black mixture and then.... Yeah. Main wrote: BMG: The last every story of 40k will finally hit M42; only to reveal that Train has completed his greatest heist; stuffing the entire universe into a hyper-pocket.
I primed mine brown, dry brushed with bolt gun metal, and then applied a wash of Blazing Orange/Vermin brown in spots. Once that dried, I dry brushed over the top of the washed spots with some more bolt gun metal.
Rotting Sorcerer of Burgle Portsmouth UK Then get some light or mid rust from MIG, mix with a little white spirit then wash the model.
Once dry varnish with purity seal to set the pigments in place. Finally, do a light dry brush of bolt gun metal (or whatever it's called now).
Here's what I achieved with multiple layers or pigments over the red oxide primer (the only 'paint' used was the metallic): Check out my gallery here Also I've started taking photos to use as reference for weathering which can be found here.
Impassive Inquisitorial Interrogator Florida, USA After this, dry brush on to your liking Bolt gun Metal (If old) / Headteacher (If new).
Or Boy Hanging' off a Truck England Main wrote: BMG: The last every story of 40k will finally hit M42; only to reveal that Train has completed his greatest heist; stuffing the entire universe into a hyper-pocket.
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Take some Scorched Brown, remove as much as you would for dry brushing then spot the paint in an up and down motion in the areas you want the Rust “. Ta DA Easy rust effects.
Rep Power 18 dry powder pigments, quick and easy. Rep Power 25 Done via painting/stippling with GW scorched brown, dark flesh, and orange, and light ink washes.
Once you get comfortable with those methods, you can combine them for extra detailed rust effects. It also allows you to easily highlight the sponge weathered effect, as you will add another layer of rust with pigments.
Member Rep Power 0 Sorry I'm an evil git when it comes to Closed Answer questions. Sorry to jump forums, but I think it's possibly a bit basic to post directly on cool mini.
Don't sweat it, people point to articles, SBS and tuts elsewhere all the time. Member Rep Power 0 cool, I was worried it would be seen as bad form.
Newbie, please be gentle Rep Power 0 thanks guys, and I will try to post some pics of my neurons when they are done... I will take into consideration all the tips... Senior Member Rep Power 14 One thing to mention pigment.
The only problem with sealing pigment is that all the subtle effect you do will almost disappear with the sealer applied. 0 Members and 1 Guest are viewing this topic.
Neuron Overlord Called his Ultra mega Destroy buddy to round up his fleet and start OWNING with the OP army List. Ladies and gents we start on the new Project the Rusty Neuron Fleet.
Re: Neuron Rust to the Iron bone Reply #9 on: April 12, 2013, 04:07:14 PM » Post Merge: April 13, 2013, 12:56:45 PM In the future, please use the modify button.