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These help me a lot

October 31 2006 at 2:10 PM
Adam Wilder  (Login anpwilder)
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Hello Trevor
Thank you for the photos. This helps me a lot. You are using waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaayyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy too much pigments.

Pigments are like oils, acrylics and all other mediums used to paint and weather a model. You need to carefully research photos and apply them in refined amounts to the areas that you want to weather and appear dirty.

I do not know how you can save that tiger. I would recommend using the clean side to apply smaller amounts at a time and practice in anticipation for your next project. Again, please try to reference color photos of actual modern AFVs and experiment.

I am sorry that you are off to a discouraging start. Just be patient and keep trying.

Good Luck and post again if you continue to have problems.

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  1. You can wash them off - david nickels on Oct 31, 2006, 3:47 PM

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