Rust effects

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To get that effect you can get weathering powders , I wet a brush and stick it in the powder then apply it to where I want , fora crusty look you can use a bit if watered down pva glue and either brush it on or spray it on then sprinkle the powder on to get this effect View attachment 109867

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Sorry Robert, but... eh??
Sorry dubster,


The rust effect I saw on this van was a pic meant for all chaos looking fir rust effects. I thought it would help those looking what rust effects were ( light to heavy )


Yes we all do rust effects of our own. but to see real rust effects and wear and tear on metal.


I thought I'd share it.
 
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To get that effect you can get weathering powders , I wet a brush and stick it in the powder then apply it to where I want , fora crusty look you can use a bit if watered down pva glue and either brush it on or spray it on then sprinkle the powder on to get this effect View attachment 120697
That's awesome Alan truly looks like it's going to crumble when you touch it.


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Never heard of "weathering powders " before coming to this site, something I will look into for sure. I do like the effect. Though I never did a "ruster" I think I may want to someday.
 

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That's awesome Alan truly looks like it's going to crumble when you touch it.


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Cheers Robert that's what's good about ther powders as a wash it makes it look like a rusty stain and layered on it looks like it will crumble if touched :smiling3:
 
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Loos like I may be getting john to order me some ( I have rust washes but not powders ( I do have snow powder though) no it's not the magic powder either before a smart Alec comes on an says it


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Weathering powder? Bicarbonate of soda works just as well for much less pennies!
It's how I did the exhausts on my Jagdpather


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That's s nice technique you got there mate, I like the light dotting of rust effect ( like the wet exhaust has repeatedly caused decay in the metal. It is something I wil try aswell ( bicarbonate soda


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