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Model T ambulance build – Part 9:Weathering (oil, fuel and wet stains)

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  • A dilute mixture of Winsor & Newton “Raw Umber” in enamel thinners was flicked from a brush onto various parts of the vehicle, to represent damper patches.
  • This was repeated using a mixture of Winsor & Newton “Burnt Umber” in enamel thinners.
  • Abteilung 502 “Engine Grease” (ABT160) oil paint and Humbrol “Gloss Cote” was mixed in a small amount of enamel thinners. The resulting thick mixture was painted onto parts of the drive shaft and the engine.
  • Abteilung 502 “Bitumen” (ABT004) oil paint  and Humbrol “Gloss Cote” was mixed in enamel thinners and flicked onto various parts of the vehicle, to add further damp stains.
  • AMMO “European mixture dry leaves” (A.MIG-8410) were glued onto various parts of the cab floor, engine area and horizontal sides, although it is quite hard to discern them amongst the similarly coloured dirt!
  • Finally, I put a bag and folder up map on the seat.
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