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Burt Landcaster

Just wanted to see what you all thought?

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Already said it before bro...you do have a **** good weathering technic :blink: ! Great job and awesome weathering ! BTW ya straps and canvas belt are super bro, thnx for making them !

RAY

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looking awesome, chazz!

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Man, that's some great weathering job you pulled off..

I really like the places where it is kinda baked on due to the sun..

Great job :)

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Loving the work! please post more pics if you can.

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Okay did I miss it somewhere? What brand of armor is this AP? It looks awesome!

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Thanks guys I am trying diffrent paint's with this suit & also trying new things maybe I should make a new tutorial. I will be sure to post more pictures as i go along. The armor this time is FX with uh Well i don't know who made the helmet this time. It isn't signed, so I have no clue of the maker.

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Chazz, very nice weathering that is clearly evident in these pictures of your most recent commissioned work :

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I will definitely refer to your weathering technique when I wish to apply some Fuller's Earth for the extra touch up on my already weathered TD armor. :)

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Love the weathering in the first set of photos, very well done - got that "wet dust that has since dried" look off to perfection ;)

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