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The Ol' Dry Brush

January 28 2004 at 4:58 PM
Matt Clemente  (no login)
from IP address 68.37.99.180


Response to Need advice on drybrushing...

Since Each Color has a Diffrent Premier Color to Dry Brush with this is semi-general, I Also dry Brush depending on the Location my vehicle would be in. I Even Dry Brush my Figures with a Mud Color or Snow COlor Depending on the Time of Year they are set in.

Although as a general rule for dry brushing I believe go with a lighter green then the Green you are Dry Brushing onto. SO For Olive Drab Just Choose a Lighter Green.

As per Say Multi Clored German Vehicles Take the Lightest Color In the Scheme add a few drops of flat white to it and dry brush away. This can give a greate effect of chipping if done right.

I'm sure other people have many other methods though, that's just what makes me happy.

 
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