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JSU-152 build – Part 4:Weathering (chipping)

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  • AMMO “Russian 4BO Light Base” (A.MIG-933) was applied first by sponge, to simulate the lightest paint damage or fading.
  • This was followed by application of Vallejo Model Color “German Camouflage Black Brown” 70822 by sponge or brush to simulate deeper chipping.
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