House Cawdor Ganger

Discussion in 'Replica Costumes' started by nooker, Mar 21, 2015.

  1. nooker

    nooker New Member

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    Ok so this is my first costume and only my second post here. It's very simple, but I think it does the job. Before I get to the costume, a bit of background since Necromunda isn't a super well known game. It is a skirmish game spun off of 2nd edition Warhammer 40k. Here are models from the house I am trying to emulate:
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    And now here's my attempt:
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  2. gothic

    gothic Sr Member

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    just a suggestion could you age/weather the costume and guns like the figures yours is a true replica but it looks just off the shelf if that makes sense ?
     
  3. nooker

    nooker New Member

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    Yeah, you're not the first to suggest that. I have plans to take the outfit out paintballing and give it some authentic aging/weathering. If that doesn't give a great effect, I assume that there are some tutorials around here to get the job done? The guns I'll have to think about as they are actually used.
     
  4. gothic

    gothic Sr Member

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    you don't need to go mad with the weathering general wear and tear will take the newness out of it, as for the weapons i used to go airsoft and would dry brush a little gun metal on my guns on areas were it would naturally show wear so they didn't look to just out of the box
     

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