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DLT-19 Weathering Advise Please:

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I am just about to start weathering my new pipe built DLT, do i weather the T-Tracks as i know this is not done on the E-11.

Many thanks in advance :thumbsup:

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Ask Dave / Sir David...he does some excellent weathering on the bfg's... :yes:

...that is if he's not whacking the bejesus out of his drumkit...

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With mine, I painted the whole thing gunmetal silver, then dry brushed the whole thing satin black. The butt stock is painted a reddish brown, then I rubbed in black with a sponge, pulling it all in one direction so it looks kindaile wood grain

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just an example....I'm a fan of a smooth weapon weathering because i think weapons should not look so dirty. They have to be functional;-)

Some silver scratches are fine....

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Hi Rick,

There're no restircted rules about the weathering but on the stock, that has to be Bakelite rather than wood looking

here some reading and pics

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and here some refs

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also as you can see some parts come with a slightly brownish colour others like the grip in glossy black.

Have fun and looking forward to seeing the work in progress.

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