Showing #Rustall military model weathering examples.
IMAGE 1 1/16 Scale R/C Tiger tank. The wheels and tracks were laid flat and a wash of #1 RUST was brushed on and allowed to evaporate.
The entire tank was washed with one coat of Rustall. The shovel and other detail had several coats of the rust product applied.
IMAGE 2 A final coat of #4 DUST was applied overall and a fine mist of water was sprayed on the dust. The dust ran and settled on surfaces when dry adding another step in the model weathering process.
The tank obstacle is scratch built from styrene and several coats of Rustall were added before assembly.
IMAGE 4 1/24 Scale motorcycle had a very light coat of Rustall applied overall and one coat of #2 BLACKWASH was added to bring out detail. #2 BLACKWASH was added to the engine and the gas tank filler to simulate grease and stains.
A few coats of #3 DEADFLAT were applied to fade and weather the tires.
IMAGE 10 Several coats of Rustall and #2 BLACKWASH were added to the 1/24 Scale Spitfire exhaust manifold to simulate heat effect on metal.
IMAGE 14 Several coats of Rustall overall and while still wet, baking soda was added. The baking soda will react with the Rustall in about an hour and leave a burnt out effect as seen on this staff car. This technique won't damage plastic or metal model
cars or model tanks.
IMAGES 15 and 16 #3 DEADFLAT was used to fade and age tires on the jeep and #3 DUST was added to the tires after the DEADFLAT was dry.