Weathering wagons

Discussion in 'Workbenches, including workshop techniques.' started by Pushpull33, 29 December 2018.

  1. Pushpull33

    Pushpull33 Western Thunderer

    Thought i would have a go at a different method on weathering wagons.

    The wagon was first given a wash of enamel smoke grey and burnt umber, while the paint was still wet i used a craft knife to scrape some charcoal pastels grey and rusty red over the top. When all was dry a quick wash over with Citadel paints Nuln Oil.
    Personally, i love these paints.
    This is the result, one rather rusty looking wagon.
    No weathering powders were used in the making of this wagon.

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    iak63, Prairie Tank, mth and 9 others like this.
  2. Ikcdab

    Ikcdab Member

    this looks fantastic, well done, excellent result.
     
  3. Prairie Tank

    Prairie Tank Western Thunderer

    I have not seen it done like that before! Looks amazing, brilliant work!

    John :)
     
  4. iak63

    iak63 Western Thunderer

    Fascinating...:thumbs: