House Cawdor Ganger

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nooker

New Member
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:
necromunda_cawdor01.jpg
And now here's my attempt:
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gothic

Sr Member
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 ?
 

nooker

New Member
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.
 

gothic

Sr Member
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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