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Peeling paint

Hello

Some tips on how to make paint look old and pealing.

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Ok, here is a step by step using Bare Metal foil (stuff used by the guys building civilian cars to simulate i.e cromed parts)

The Bare Metal foil I found was in gold color. I have primed the car with a blue color to let some of this color come trough after the car has been overpainted with a lighter color.
The foil is very thin and fragile, I rubbed it in place using a soft color shaper
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ready..
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the peeling is done, I had to carefully sand the edges to smoot them out.
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Since the foil was gold color I decided to prime it with Games Workshop Chaos black. Some of the edges between the foil and roof was still visible, this was overpainted using Mr Surfacer and micro baloons.
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Rust colors is painted on using a sponge
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Brushed on water and sprinkled on the salt
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base color, a miwx of Tamiya light blue and light grey
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after dry the salt is removed under running water
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the final weathering using Mig oil and washes
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Good luck!

Per Olav
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