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Looks **** good to me!

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great! the more i see from your weathering method the more i like it!

(sorry for the delay, i will pass my measurements a.s.a.p! )

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great! the more i see from your weathering method the more i like it!

(sorry for the delay, i will pass my measurements a.s.a.p! )

NP rocko

Looks **** good to me!

I'm trying to keep up with you mike

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You are bordering on too dirty. I'd rub some of that off, but that's just my opinion.

I was wondering that myself but i have to take pictures in the day light to really know if i went over the edge. And even then i wouldn't change to much to it unless the owner asked.

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Great!!! work trooper.

I like all the details you have in there .

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That looks ace, perfect sand effects with a bit of "wet sand" in there too. Who's the lucky trooper? Post final pics when it's being worn on them!

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That looks ace, perfect sand effects with a bit of "wet sand" in there too. Who's the lucky trooper? Post final pics when it's being worn on them!

The owner will be posting this in no time

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As soon as i get my suit(pictured above)back from Gundamzepplin i will post pics asap for all my MEPD brothers and sisters...

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As soon as i get my suit(pictured above)back from Gundamzepplin i will post pics asap for all my MEPD brothers and sisters...

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Nice job Chazz. DO MINE NEXT!!!!! Whats the address???

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I know i know not OT related but looking for feed back is it over done or under done?

what do you think so far i hope it isn't to sandy looking didnt do the shoulder bells yet.

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I think it's looking great Chazz! My only comment would be to try and bring some more dirt from the back around to the chest plate. It looks too much like they were weathered separately. Other than that ! I think you might have become our new master weatherer.

EDIT for spelling.

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I think it's look great Chazz! My only comment would be to try and bring some more dirt from the back around to the chest plate. It looks too much like they were weathered separately. Other than that ! I think you might have become our new master weatherer.

Yeah that was a huge problem, for some reason the white paint i used on the armor drink the acrylics i was useing normally i can clean off acrylics with in a 3 to 5 minute time span, but for some odd reason it just stuck like there was no tomorrow. I guess i will never use krylon satin touch again unless i clear coat it first or something fusion always seems to be the way to go live and learn i guess

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loving the clone there dude. this is my next big project so can you tell me what materials and techniques your employing as i really like the way you've achieved the genuine wear and tear look without it looking too contrived?

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loving the clone there dude. this is my next big project so can you tell me what materials and techniques your employing as i really like the way you've achieved the genuine wear and tear look without it looking too contrived?

NP

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great!!! work on both the and the .

Really GOOD!!! weathereing job there trooper.

I have been redoing my new TD TM suit for the third time .

But i think i got it now .

Its easy to do a good weathering job on canvas, leather, black/dark items.

But i think its much harder to do i on white item.

I guess we all love to get it dirty, and how hard it is at the same time to get it 100% right.

Because, what it .

Cheers bro .

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Just finished my Temp Pauldron, and i wanted to see what the guys here thought? Dose it blend as well as i think it dose?

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Please pay no mind to the leg armor i am going to fix the padding.

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