Step 2: Prepare For Painting

Attach your pieces to the toothpicks (I rolled tape around the tootchpicks so they would fit in the lego piece's hole)
<p>I am going to try this on my 1/100 scale Zaku II Im getting</p>
Awesome, I can't wait to try this on my unpainted 1/144 Heavy Arms I have tucked away
I would probably put another layer of clear coat on after the final step, just to make sure that the effect won't wear off
yeah, but after that coat, the model just wont look realistic anymore.. just make sure its a dull coat.<br>-R
is it me are does that remined u of avatar
oh sorry.. you mean the robot thing the military general drives?? at the end with the knife.. yeah its looks kinda like it.. exept that the robot has an open cockpit..
its just you ;P this is a scopedog =) dont know what that is? google it = )
Cool! I will be experimenting with this. It appears that the technique isn't limited to camouflage designs which is useful. I bought a model to modify this weekend. Some rust spots will look good.
yupp, you can put any colours ontop of the rust effect and salt.. good luck =) show me how it comes out.

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