Plywood to Old Bronze Looking

just wanted to show a little/easy/quick paint job.
take a plywood dinosaur
paint it un black (brush or aerosol)
paint with a brush the edges with a metallic paint (here mine was a gold/bronze metalic paint)
You're done.

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    Dreamchronic

    5 years ago on Introduction

    Beautiful. Must be awesome to cast it's shadow with a candle on a wall.

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    poofrabbit

    5 years ago on Introduction

    Looks good, glad you took some with the dino alone, looks great!

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    wold630

    5 years ago on Introduction

    Very cool. I would love to see a picture of the dino alone without the stuff in the background.

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    Peter11235

    5 years ago on Introduction

    It could be a good idea to paint it with a "dry brush"(you put dry brush into paint, rub off most of the paint using a paper towel or something similar and only then paint the black painted model-this trick is used in modeling to make realistic looking chain mails or old metal and I think it would work also with plywood models)

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    longwinters

    5 years ago

    Easy and good looks great combination

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    nemo13

    5 years ago

    thx, yeah, to paint the edges you must use only the tip of the brush and just make lazy easy moves without too much thinking :)