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Exhaustive Treatment 04 Feb 2014 08:48 #1

 

Exhaustive treatment

 

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By terry barrow

This is just a little how-to on painting and weathering exhaust systems. There are many types of exhaust materials, for our purposes the material used most is steel which rusts quickly when exposed to heat and the elements. So let’s begin!

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Exhaustive Treatment 04 Feb 2014 09:08 #2

Great Step By Step Terry. Good to see this sort of stuff again. Thank you. :notworthy:

I guess what gets me about this technique is it's kinda backwards, the rusted worn down areas are painted last. What would be the top layers in real life are painted first.
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Exhaustive Treatment 04 Feb 2014 10:14 #3

:thumbsup I will try this technique, thank you Terry :drinks
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Exhaustive Treatment 04 Feb 2014 10:22 #4

moon puppy wrote:
Great Step By Step Terry. Good to see this sort of stuff again. Thank you. :notworthy:

I guess what gets me about this technique is it's kinda backwards, the rusted worn down areas are painted last. What would be the top layers in real life are painted first.

The use of the powder causes the reversal.

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Exhaustive Treatment 04 Feb 2014 10:24 #5

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:thumbsup I will try this technique, thank you Terry :drinks

I hope it works for you. Remember the powder is made from pastel chalk sticks.

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Exhaustive Treatment 04 Feb 2014 10:34 #6

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:thumbsup I will try this technique, thank you Terry :drinks

I hope it works for you. Remember the powder is made from pastel chalk sticks.

Terry B)
Will it works with pigments?
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Exhaustive Treatment 04 Feb 2014 10:39 #7

Really nice thing about this technique, should work for whatever you're modeling.
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Exhaustive Treatment 04 Feb 2014 10:56 #8

Terry.

Many thanks for the article. :notworthy: What brand of pastels did you use?
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Exhaustive Treatment 04 Feb 2014 12:05 #9

Roman wrote:
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Roman wrote:
:thumbsup I will try this technique, thank you Terry :drinks

I hope it works for you. Remember the powder is made from pastel chalk sticks.

Terry B)
Will it works with pigments?

I don't know never tried it.
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Exhaustive Treatment 04 Feb 2014 12:10 #10

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Terry.

Many thanks for the article. :notworthy: What brand of pastels did you use?

What ever they have at Hobby Lobby. I never really paid any attention.

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Exhaustive Treatment 04 Feb 2014 12:17 #11

moon puppy wrote:
Really nice thing about this technique, should work for whatever you're modeling.

Yeah it will even work on aircraft exhaust.

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Exhaustive Treatment 04 Feb 2014 13:07 #12

Nice lesson :thumbsup :thumbsup :thumbsup :bgrin
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