rusted willys

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tis is a diorama i did back in jan, I hope you guy,s like it.DSCF3141.jpg

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Nice "barn find " !

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MORE! MORE! MORE!

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Very nice build. I love it!

Although I have a question : How did you wheatered those decals on the door. They look fabulous!! :D

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Wow, great job!

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Gotta love an old gasser sitting in the barn! Great job on weathering the paint/decals!

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Very cool!

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Nice job, I love it!!!

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Great looking barn find, very realistic

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Very nice!

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Why did I bother to look at something rusty? Because it looks so good, that's why!!

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very nice set-up

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very well done!

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Awesome job!

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Very cool, please tell us what your techniques for the weathering are, I would like to be this good at weathering someday...

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I start by painting the body color what ever that may be.Then with a dry brush and dab on folkart/ appel barrel acrylic paints .Starting with burnt umber it is put on thick the more you dab it the more testure you get then dry brush lighty terra cotta and then lighty with teddybear tan,this will give a dusty look .then ad highlights with pueblo,chocolate bar ,It sounds hard but it is not the paints are water base so mistake ,s are easy to fix ,clean up is no problem .and thepaint drys very fast .I keep paper towels next to me to rub the paints on to keep it dry works great , the burnt unber is dry brushed on every color is .some times I use flat black under the burnt unber to give it a darker shade .it is about shades of colors rust that is .

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Nice work you nailed that rusty look to a tee i mean willys..........AWESOME!

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a man after my own heart. love your techniques. and the barn is great also. B)

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Beautiful rust! Thanks for sharing your technique.

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