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 Has anyone used the MIG winter Camo wash?

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tomzag
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PostSubject: Re: Has anyone used the MIG winter Camo wash?   Tue Apr 23, 2013 9:48 am

White Tiger wrote:
Strato50 wrote:
Tom... teach me how to rust... wow.

Rust is easy as hell to do...i just takes time.



Uh ya those tanks are nice Tom but don't exactly HELP AT ALL since you havent said HOW you got the effect as things sit you are just showing off.

Strato, take his advice. Aye Aye kidding.

WT, how is your new tiger doing? any pictures.

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Uh ya those tanks are nice Tom but don't exactly HELP AT ALL since you havent said HOW you got the effect as things sit you are just showing off.

First step get tamiya tank,
Second step use tamiya primmer, serisouly
third step, use tamiya paint, enamal and acrylic
fourth, acrylic over enamel.
fiftieth, like you said, lots of practice.
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PostSubject: Re: Has anyone used the MIG winter Camo wash?   Tue Apr 23, 2013 1:31 pm

My next build, Im going to work more on rust TEXTURE, like, with baking soda or something similar. On builds Ive seen, it makes it a lot more realistic. On my KV-2, the 'rust browl' Testors enamel just looks brown, until you start playing with it, adding metalic paints, letting it stain / run, etc .

Im happy with how it looks now.

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M4A1 Sherman - KV-2 - T-34/85 - M26A1 - SU-76i - M3 Grant..?*

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