To blend the hull colours I then applied some more of the brown/Mud wash. This time you are looking to paint it on as a glaze rather than wash, which means you, are doing an even coat over the model and you don’t want it to pool in the recesses. I keep a cloth handy for this stage as I wipe off any excess ink as I’m going.
The overall effect of this is that you will stain the surface of the model which should blend your highlights together and darken your shading slightly.
The tracks were painted 863 Gunmetal Grey and given a brown wash. A few coats of the MiG Pigments Standard Rust (from QPS04 – Quartermasters Pigment Set) were applied to the tracks until they looked nice and rusty. The Tracks were then dry brushed with the 863 Gunmetal Grey again to pick up the raised edges of the tracks.
Right: MiG Pigments Standard Rust.
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