This last weekend I had the opportunity to attend a weathering and pigments class presented by MisterJustin of secret weapon minis. The class lasted about 3.5 hours and the result is that I have become a convert to pigment weathering.
I know it's a bit blurry but I think that it turned out pretty good. Especially when you consider that it's one layer of paint over a white undercoat with pigments doing the rest!
On to the armor then! I am finishing up the weather effects on my first leman Russ battle tank! Should be done tonight.
I started with adeptus battle grey and gnorloc green with a heavy wash of secret weapon armor wash over it.
I then dry brushed Gretchen green and codex grey over the top and painted the recesses with Devlan mud. I picked out the eagle and the company marking with skull white and then started in on secret weapon green earth pigment.
The effect is a dirt encrusted tank that has seen service on a forested world where it rains quite frequently!
That's all for now.
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