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mothmonty

Sr Member
After acquiring Mr. Fetts torso armor I decided to repaint everything. I'm going for the corroded rebar look. I'm not certain I've achieved it, but this is what I have done so far.
Paint for torso armor is a Gun Metal, sponged on gold, sponged on black, sponged on silver and sponged on green. I don't have an airbrush but if anyone has any ideas as to how I can better achieve the desired look please let me know
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celtpred

New Member
Well done really looks good and no airbrush, just goes to show you don't always need to airbrush everything. So keep up the excellent work, and looking forward to seeing the whole suit together.
 

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hez1

New Member
Colors look great! If you want them to blend together a little better and look less sponged on, give the whole thing a rub with a scotchbrite pad.
 

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Usurper

Well-Known Member
bloody missed this grrrr, nice variation on the normal colours

definately has the "been on a few hunts " looks to it, which is very nice.
 

leatherneck

Well-Known Member
Armor looks really nice. I have used Hez's scotchbrite pad method on my bios, armor and gauntlets and it works great!
 

WebChief

Sr Member
Looks great Greg! Nice and used!

I use the Scotchbrite pad technique on Boba helmets too. I use the number "zero" ones to help remove the hard edges between color changes.
 

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