Hi,

This post will show you how to give weathering effect to your Gundam model kits. First of all, Im still new and Im sure there’s a lot of better weathering master out there, but in this post i think my knowledge will help you give a reference how to give your Gundam a weathering effect.

First of all, you need plastic model.

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For first step, spray flat coat to your part, I use Mr. Hobby -- Mr. Super Clear Flat.

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After that prepare a lot of cotton bud, enamel paint and thinner.

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Add enamel paint directly to your cotton bud

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Apply your cotton bud into the parts, add to every corner and panel lines.

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After dry, apply a bit of flat top coat again and prepare rough brush with grey enamel paint.

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Give your brush a bit of grey enamel paint, try to apply it in tissue or dry cloth to prevent excess paint in your parts, this technique is called dry brushing

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Brush it to your part and the result will look like this.

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Too messy? Too dirty for your taste? No problem, apply enamel thinner to cotton bud and gently clean your parts, end result should be look like this.

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Ta da! Actually, I create this tutorial in a forum long time ago, so if there’s a better way to do it, feel free to apply to your Gundam Model Kits. Good luck! ^^;

See my other Gundam modeling tutorial here.

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