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JSU-152 build – Part 10:Weathering (oil and fuel stains)

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  • AMMO’s “Dark Brown Wash for Green Vehicles wash” (A.MIG-1005), diluted in white spirits, was added to parts of the wheels and running gear to suggest damp patches. The same was done with AK Interactive “Wet Effects Fluid” (AK079).
  • The same diluted AMMO wash was sparingly flicked onto the horizontal surfaces of the upper hull, to suggest more subtle variation in the green colour.
  • AK Interactive “Fuel Stains” (AK025), diluted in white spirits (1:1 ratio), was flicked onto the top of the fenders and the engine deck. When this had dried the undiluted product was added by flicking or in small patches with a brush.
  • The same procedure was done using AK Interactive “Engine oil” (AK084).
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