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May 29, 2011 by madgolem
I like the battle damage on thse; worn engines of war that is nicely rendered.
Thanks for the flowers. The modell turn out very well so far i think. But there is still more work to do. The next step is weathering. I just make some experiments how to do this best. I think the best way is to use some colourd chalk. I wrap them over sandpaper and use the dust on the model. I will post some pics when its done.
I forgot to put the link to my blog http://www.hulupainting.com. There are more pics and some description how i do the razorback conversion.
sorry its http://www.hulupainting.blogspot.com
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