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T26 1937 model WIP. Weathering with vallejo Washes

Using Washes like filters, streaking grime or pin wash topic use.
1. We can choose a range of European Earth (76.523), Desert Dust (76.522), Oiled Earth (76.521) and Olive Green (76.519).
2. You can apply small amounts of wash and dilute it with a brush, recreating dirt traces on tank surfaces.

3. Rain, dust, dirt, accumulates over all surfaces and a vertical sense over the turret.
4. You can paint easily the tracks using the capilarity behavior of wash and Oiled earth reference 76.521.

5. If you want a more dark hue, just repeat the process.
6. The model at this stage.

Categories:  Washes
Date of publication: 08/01/2014
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