I washed the wooden frame (just took about 1/4 of a pot of Devlan Mud) and washed and rusted the metal. Now I can start painting the details. I’m especially looking forward to highlight each rope section seperatly by hand… not!
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Okay I have to ask surely for you considering the rather large amount of models you paint it would be more economics to purchase the Vallejo shade wash equivalent to Devlan Mud?
Thanks, for now have a look at my Rat Ogre on which I used the same technique: http://stahlyspaintstation.blogspot.com/2011/03/showcase-skaven-rat-ogre-from-island-of.html Two thinned coats of Vermin Brown and one thinned coat Macharius Solar Orange
I use one of the large cans Vallejo Sepia Shade for washing the bases, but I found that the GW washes make a better result, more even.
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Looking impressive. I'd love to see a close up view of some of the rust effects. They look exceptional.