tiking Posted November 23, 2022 Share Posted November 23, 2022 This little quick 'how-to', is for a future project I am planning a 1:24 scale diorama, which is going to involve some major scratch building and many detail objects. So stay tuned. If you know me than you know how I always like to find a cheap method of making things. It may not be the most perfect method, but the end results looks amazing. Within my own eyes, at least. My methods used here are: A cashier paper roll, which I sprayed the entire roll with Citadel black Chaos, my absolute best black spray primer on the market for modeling. I personally think so. I brushed a mixture of light, dark rust, white, black, and grey pigments until I was satisfied with how it looked. Then I took some oderless thinner and dabbed it on the entire roll covering every part of it. A tip is to not soak up the pigments too much. I went against this tip, only when I wanted a 'caked-up rusted' look, as in one of the photos. Let it dry. After the thinner had almost dried up completely, I sprayed on a dull coat on the entire surface. ...and Voila! 5 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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