Hi people I thought id post up a step by step look at my first use of Mig weathering powders, i bought the rust and smoke set which includres the following:
Industrial city dirt p039,
Vietnam earth p031,
Standard rust p025,
Light rust p024,
Black smoke p023,
Ashes white p022,
I used p039, p025-p023 for this test.
First a suitable bit of vehicle was found in the bits box and undercoated with my custom Spacewolf grey and tin bits.
Then some shading was done with fenris grey and watered down Badab black wash, then spacewolf grey was lightly brushed on the edges for a highlight and the metal was drybrushed boltgun metal and finally mithril silver.
Chardon granite was dabbed on with a small piece of sponge as a chipped paint effect on the corners and worn out bits.
Then a few chips of metal were painted on with boltgun metal.
And finally I applied the various rust powders with a small brush, a word of caution a little powder goes along way believe me. The powder was poked and brushed about to give the effect seen here I also used some black smoke on the metal grill for a burnt look.
What do you all think? anything you would change? I am all new to this so any advice for the future would be greatly appreciated.