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Panzer class weathering technique for base
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Author:  panzer [ Mon Nov 26, 2007 2:58 pm ]
Post subject:  Panzer class weathering technique for base

G day every one. Here you go my 1st weathering class about how to make you base very “dirty” ( apologie for my poor english in advance)

:D :D :D :D :D This is a very simple little base.

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1st spray it with tamiya spray as its base coat and base color

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See done and to make the base more fun I put a little sticker on the side
My “caution ” sticker ~~~

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Doing a little high lighting with this 2 colors on the edges

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Didn’t see much difference since the photo are pretty heavy

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Now here we go the masking stuff .
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A little masking stuff on the palette
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Have a little piece of sponge and dip in the masking stuff

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Dab them on the base be pretty careful you don’t want a lot of masking stuff on the base
And you wannna do this pretty quit cuz masking stuff dry pretty quick

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Paint a red line

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Stick off the masking stuff with blue tag or you can use other way to get rid of the mask stuff
And Here we go the effect

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Other number on the line

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Now doing the damage around the base to make it very “old” by using this color

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It is a black brown color so if you cant get it anywhere you can mix it

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I prefer to do a lot of this black spot damage around the edges you can also try to do a lot of em
In the middle of the base up to you
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Before the fun part topcoat the base

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Alright here we go 1st Windsor and Newton oil colors

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A little of em on the palette ( or paper)

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You need zippo oil for the wash

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See dab the paints like that

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Wash it with zippo oil 1st stage of weathering is done

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The pigments are for the further round

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Water them down with oil water whatever you want and paint them to the place you want. After them dry it will have this very dry dusty effect like rust.

Here we go the final look
The weatherings on armor is a little different but basically pretty much the same
Ill post a article If I have time on how to do weathering on armor

this base is for you Kyle hope you like that mate



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Author:  Telstar0101 [ Mon Nov 26, 2007 3:10 pm ]
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Nice article!

What colour pigments did you use there?

Author:  panzer [ Mon Nov 26, 2007 3:15 pm ]
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Telstar0101 wrote:
Nice article!

What colour pigments did you use there?



i use the very orange rust one and smoke black and some graveyard earth color pigments

Author:  KyleM [ Mon Nov 26, 2007 3:20 pm ]
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Very nice steve! :D

I did not know you used oils on the base. I will have to try them out.

Is this my base? Oh cool! :twisted: Thanks man! I will have to paint up something special to go on it.

Author:  panzer [ Mon Nov 26, 2007 3:23 pm ]
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KyleM wrote:
Very nice steve! :D

I did not know you used oils on the base. I will have to try them out.

Is this my base? Oh cool! :twisted: Thanks man! I will have to paint up something special to go on it.



it is yours mate.... glad you like that ... hey when can we doing painting camp again at your place ...i ll show you how to use those stuff :D

Author:  shgray [ Mon Nov 26, 2007 4:15 pm ]
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Panzer class kicks ass!
:D :D :D

excellent article Steve! now i want to go and build some bases haha

Author:  Charlie [ Mon Nov 26, 2007 4:22 pm ]
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I wouldn't worry about your english, the guide is one of the easiest and clearest guides to follow that I've come across, very impressive :)

Quick question, after you do the 'black spot' damage (which I presume is also using the foam technique?) - it looks almost metallic, did you do anything for that to come out that way?

Author:  Sjt22 [ Mon Nov 26, 2007 5:11 pm ]
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Great article man. The base looks great. Where can you get pigments in Sydney? Does Eckersleys stock them?

Author:  Kubbs [ Mon Nov 26, 2007 8:06 pm ]
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Steve, that was fantastic - so clear and easy to follow, even photos of all the materials! You have so much to offer this community, thanks for sharing :D . You've inspired me to do some experimentation with oils.

Author:  Sihook [ Mon Nov 26, 2007 9:55 pm ]
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Great article Steve, you make it look so easy.

I've got a few of the old SF3D models lying around like this one

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You've inspired me to dig it out and have a go at your weathering technique.

Author:  KyleM [ Mon Nov 26, 2007 9:57 pm ]
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wow simon, that is a really cool mini!!! I am very envious of you :twisted:

What scale is it?

Author:  KyleM [ Mon Nov 26, 2007 9:59 pm ]
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you know what............. I am an idiot! I should have seen the giant 1:20 scale in the picture. :roll:

Author:  Sihook [ Mon Nov 26, 2007 10:25 pm ]
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They are from a range of Japanese kits back in the 80's, with a range of armour suits that looked like they could have come from an extended second world war. You can still pick them up on ebay and not too long ago a Japanese company produced some prepainted 1/35 scale versions that you got randomly on a box.

Here's a link to some info on the range:
http://www.maschinenkrueger.com/

Sorry to hijack you excellent article Steve :oops:

Author:  KyleM [ Mon Nov 26, 2007 10:38 pm ]
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Thanks Simon. I think they are really cool looking, reminds me of Castle Wolfenstein, with the crazy German Inventions...

Sihook wrote:
Sorry to hijack you excellent article Steve :oops:


Don't worry, he doesn't care... :P Its amazing he is even on the forums this much!

Author:  Ashigaru [ Tue Nov 27, 2007 11:57 am ]
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Wow Panzer that is an awesome tutorial for sure! Thanks so much for sharing because I may give this a go when I do the converted Chimera in my closet (I mean the GW Tank kit, no a monster :P).

I'll have to keep an eye out for those pigments too.

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