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I've always been a fan of simply taking some wood and actually setting a flame to it, though you obviously have to be careful of how you handle that...wouldn't want to be setting off fire alarms or burning a building down, now, would we?
 

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Um if you want to paint it on a model use Scorch brown as a base, then Slowly Dry brush lairs of Grey from light to dark then maybe give it a devlin mud wash
 

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Get a brown base down and then layer it up to black at the edges. After that do a very fine drybrush of grey to get a charcoal effect right on the edges.

I think that should work :)
 

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What I've done on ruined fantasy buildings (for Mordheim) is paint the wood as normal, then simply drybrush black fairly heavily on the "burnt" ends to represent a thick heavy soot/ash.
 
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