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1. Wash Techniques [ 84,254 ]
by: Fred Boucher
2. Rusting, Chipping and Weathering [ 51,023 ]
by: Todd Michalak
3. Bringing Out the Details [ 41,980 ]
by: Mike Taylor
4. How To Rust Modern Armour Plating [ 38,352 ]
by: Charles King
5. Creating Realistic Metal Finishes [ 29,626 ]
by: Martin Wilson
6. Chipping Paint with Rubber Cement [ 24,288 ]
by: Joseph Szczygiel
7. Tamigawa Winter Weathering Ice Bucket [ 23,618 ]
by: Rowan Baylis
8. Prepare for Heavy Weathering! [ 39,815 ]
by: Todd R. Michalak
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Tamigawa Winter Weathering Ice Bucket
by: Rowan Baylis
Rowan reviews a radical weathering set from Tamigawa for ice effects.   >> READ MORE

Rusting, Chipping and Weathering
by: Todd Michalak
Todd Michalak walks us through the Rusting, Chipping and Weathering process in this excellent step-by-step article. Although the base model is not an AFV, the techniques shown can be used for a variety of subjects. Well worth a read...and a re-read!   >> READ MORE

Prepare for Heavy Weathering!
by: Todd R. Michalak
Todd Michalak demonstrates his extreme weathering techniques on a sunken Zero using a range of products from K4.   >> READ MORE

How To Rust Modern Armour Plating
by: Charles King
Charles King (T0) shows us how he weathers modern armour plating.   >> READ MORE

Wash Techniques
by: Fred Boucher
Fred Boucher has undertaken an extensive investigation of various wash techniques, using a variety of paints and inks with different carrier liquids.   >> READ MORE

Chipping Paint with Rubber Cement
by: Joseph Szczygiel
Before I begin, I like to say that I have tried the other ways eg: tape, salt, liquid mask.    >> READ MORE

Bringing Out the Details
by: Mike Taylor
Mike discusses the basics of modeling, how to start as a beginner, and even how to proceed with more advanced techniques like washing and drybrushing your models.   >> READ MORE

Creating Realistic Metal Finishes
by: Martin Wilson
Martin spells out an easy way to add realistic metal surfaces to your next model project. And all you will really need is a pencil.   >> READ MORE