Introduction: Weathering - Get Your Armor Dirty

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Your armor is a bit too shiney, am i right?

After my succesful tutorial how to add Battledamag wich you can find here, i present you my weathering tutorial

What you will need for your costum dirt:

  • Black acrylic paint
  • Brown acrylic paint
  • water
  • hard brush
  • kitchen sponge
  • wet rag
  • Multi-Cleaner

Mix the paint like this: 3/4 black and 1/4 brown, then add a good shot of water.

Step 1:

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Take your clean stuff (like armor pieces, weapons, everything will work.

I used my belly plate of my mandalorian armor (its metal)

Just cover the whole thing with your acrylic dirt. Then wait till its dry.

Step 2:

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Spray some cleaner stuff on the hard site of your sponge and distribute it over your object. to use one's discretion

Step 3:

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With the wet rag you wipe over it and distributethe paint. Just do it like you want it to look, its pretty easy, just try it :D

imagine where dirt could remain hanging.

results may differ :D


jedisalamander (author)2016-04-15

nice tutorial! I'm making a suit of mandalorian armor, but mine will be made of sintra pvc sheets. would this method work with my material?

adam.abchri (author)2015-04-30

thanks for the tutorial

seamster (author)2014-09-04

Very simple method! Thanks for sharing this.

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