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Daimler Dingo Mk II build – Part 4:Weathering

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  • The exhaust was painted with Lifecolor rust paints.
  • Small amounts of paint chipping using  Vallejo Model Color “German Camouflage Black Brown” 70822, applied by sponge.
  • Washed with AMMO’s “Dark Brown Wash for Green Vehicles wash” (A.MIG-1005).
  • Mig Productions 502 Abteilung “Olive Green” ABT050 was applied in small dots to some of the highest horizontal surfaces and then blended in.
  • Streaks of AK Interactive “Dark Streaking Grime” (AK024) and AMMO “Streaking Grime” (A.MIG-1203) were applied to the vertical and sloping sides and after a while blended with a flat brush dampened with enamel thinner.
  • Some Value Gear stowage items (set #3) were painted (Tamiya XF-62 “Olive Drab”, Tamiya XF-65 “Field Grey”, Tamiya XF-58 “Olive Green”,  Tamiya XF-52 “Flat Earth”, Vallejo Model Color “English Uniform” 70921, Vallejo Panzer Aces “Leather Belt” 312, Vallejo Panzer Aces “Canvas” 314, Vallejo Model Color “Brass” 70810, Vallejo Model Color “Natural Steel” 70864) and added to the vehicle.
  • A 1:1 mixture of Tamiya Acrylic XF-57 “Buff” and Tamiya Acrylic XF-52 “Flat Earth” in Tamiya X-20A thinner (10% paint mixture in thinner) was sprayed on the lower half of the hull, the suspension, wheels and selective parts of the upper hull.
  • Selected parts of the vehicle were dusted with small amounts of a mix of “medium” colour pigments. Tamiya X-20A thinner was then sprayed on to act as fixer.
  • Oil and damp stains were simulated with AK Interactive “Engine Oil” (AK084) and AK Interactive “Fuel Stains” (AK025).
  • Various metal parts were brushed with AK Interactive “Dark Steel” (AK086) pigment.

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