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Back over the July 4th holiday, I started working on my Graveyard set. Cleaned the moldlines, glued the fence posts to the fences, and got ready to spray paint them. Then, my black spray paint broke. The nozzle just snapped right off. So I used white. And, because the day was too humid, it got powdery. Not a great start to the project, but I pushed on. Some black wash, and lots of grey, I made progress. 

 

 

 

 

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I've barely had any time to work on these, but I need to paint something tonight, so... Progress!

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Still need to paint all the skulls and debating doing some rust or something..._20180804_213342.thumb.JPG.d9ba60785e9eb414b6facdcc42b33e04.JPG

Also thinking about adding more green moss like this...

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Love that roof!

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At least you're making progress; mine's still in the box!

 

Very nice work so far. :winkthumbs:

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1 hour ago, LarsM said:

That roof is amazing.. May one ask how you achieved that result? 

Of course! And really really easily.

 

Step 1: Prime on a really humid day for maximum texturizing. 

Step 2: Paint with Reaper's Copper Verdigris Paint 09304

Step 3: Apply a heavy sepia wash (I'm using a bottle of @Bloodhowl's recipe)

Step 4: ???

Step 5: Profit!

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Tonight's progress! More verdigris, mostly on the crypt, and a bit on the fences. Debating painting the bars the same, but I kinda like them black. Probably because there's so much black iron work around my neighborhood...

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18 hours ago, Crowley said:

Tonight's progress! More verdigris, mostly on the crypt, and a bit on the fences. Debating painting the bars the same, but I kinda like them black. Probably because there's so much black iron work around my neighborhood...

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Maybe some Ryza Rust here and there on the fence?

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