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Hi!

I got a question from a viewer how he could make a realistic weathering of an already assembled building from plastic kit. It should be super quick, easy and NO airbrush or "advanced" artist stuff.. So I made a tutorial...
It´s a bit like the weathering method presented by "Chubber" from France (see sticky here in the forum), but to keep it even simpler for the guy who asked me, I only use white and black + soap + water.


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