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  • ok weathering is a simple thing really ok first you spray on a layer ok metallic chrome or some other spray paint that looks like metal let that dry then spread on a very very thin layer of Vaseline and i must stress very thin or it will end up greasy when you finish weathering after the vaseline has dried spray on your desired color or paint and let i dry for about a day and a half then the fun begins all you have to do to give your piece of armor the weathered effect is to scratch of the outer layer of paint thus revealing the metallic paint after you have scratched of the areas desired to make it permanent spray on some laquer and ur good to go
    yes of coarse you can hold the rondo and bondo steps off for later and i have a question for you. do you intend to weather your armor? you know like scratches from battle and stuff where the paint stripped off because i did it on one of my ODST builds and it looked pretty sexy
    hey if you have any more questions feel free to send me a message or a visitor message i love helping so any questions that you may have i would be more than happy to help
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