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June 12, 2011 by magraith
NIce weathering techique you have there. As it stands the mud looks a little flat, especially along the front of the tracks. A couple of different shades of brown will help to break this up, making it look more realistic.
nice Rino,but too many monotonous mud.
Hi, Thanks, yeah the muds a bit flat alright, but it’s all a work in progress though I will get around to making it more gritty and take some better pics once I get an off camera flash. Any suggestions as to a good material for muddying up the tracks and lower portions? Any tips and info would be very much appreciated guys
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