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#1 CAN

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Posted 25 October 2015 - 06:57 AM

Hi,

Here is my first try to repaint a Nerf. I'm quite satisfied.
I'm used to paint mignatures but it was a very interresting job. I like this.
Enjoy ! :)


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#2 littlegunman

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Posted 25 October 2015 - 08:22 AM

How do you do the rust/dirt around the edges and some on the blaster? I want to do this on one of my guns but cant find out how.
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Posted 25 October 2015 - 10:17 AM

How do you do the rust/dirt around the edges and some on the blaster? I want to do this on one of my guns but cant find out how.


I use a technique with the foam of a blister. You can also use the green part of a sponge.
Check the begining of this video : Weathering Tutorial - Part 1 - Massive Voodoo TV

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Posted 25 October 2015 - 07:37 PM

Very clean repaint. Keep it up!
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#5 littlegunman

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Posted 26 October 2015 - 08:45 PM

I use a technique with the foam of a blister. You can also use the green part of a sponge.
Check the begining of this video : Weathering Tutorial - Part 1 - Massive Voodoo TV

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Thanks. This looks really good and i think im going to do something like this.
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Posted 27 October 2015 - 10:18 AM

CAN, while that is a great paintjob, you should have posted this in the pinned "Paintjobs and mods" thread at the top of the page unless you're planning to expand on how you did it with a writeup.
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#7 CAN

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Posted 27 October 2015 - 01:11 PM

CAN, while that is a great paintjob, you should have posted this in the pinned "Paintjobs and mods" thread at the top of the page unless you're planning to expand on how you did it with a writeup.


It's on going :)
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Posted 28 October 2015 - 01:16 AM

Outstanding work!!! I love seeing paint jobs like this, excellent use of distressing and I really enjoyed that you did not over do it too much. I checked out that tutorial on YouTube by that Voodoo guy, and wow is that intense! I think it's a bit involved, but he showcased a lot of cool techniques that I may try some day. I have my own style of paint work and weathering that I've developed over my own time (nothing nessicaily exclusive or anything) with miniatures and models, I tend to lean more to layers, blending, and dry brushing, much of which I'm sure you are familiar with, and that Voodoo demonstrated in his video.

Anyways, love your work and I can't wait to see more. Keep it up!
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#9 CAN

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Posted 04 November 2015 - 01:43 PM

Tutorial PART 1

Here is the nerf : DART TAG
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STEP 1 : I use a dremel to remove au sign of brand, warning or whatever
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STEP 2 : basecoat with black or white spraypaint
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STEP 3 : I use a aerograph to paint basic color
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STEP 4 : I finish the basic color with detail brush and I varnish all part with satin varnish
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STEP 5 : Basic weathering with oil painting and I rub the different part with a rag. It's a very simple and very fast way to have a basic weathering
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Here is the result of the first part :
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Posted 04 November 2015 - 07:30 PM

Love the quick and dirty weathering, almost like using a wash. I've never tried using oils on plastic before, how's it hold up to hands touching it all the time?
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