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Mud in wet look

January 22 2003 at 9:17 AM
VICTOR LEE  (Login mrtaktak)
from IP address 192.75.48.2

Hi, anybody can give me an idea how to make mud in wet look as the ground work. Thanks!

 
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62.254.0.10

wet mud answer

January 22 2003, 11:00 AM 

hi try out mixing gloss varnish with your paint base colour, then leave to dry, then touch up the very tops by dry brushing matt vasnish to simulate drying out , as always try on a scrap or as a test peice to perfect usage cheers ian

 
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mud

January 31 2003, 9:11 AM 

Hi,

Rather using gloss varnish try resin. U used it like a varnish and now u'll be sure that your mud seems to be wet.

Bye

Pierre

http://perso.wanadoo.fr/maquette.garden

 
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