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g'day guys,

have just about finished painting my morkanaut and wanted to give my arm gunner a look that makes it seem like he has been firing it non-stop and so that all the dirt, grime and residual powder is left on him.

i got the idea because my cousin and i go shooting every now and then and although i shoot left handed the gun i use is right handed, so at the end of night once we have finished my face is black from the soot of the powder.

so if anyone has done this or knows a link it would be greatly appreciated.

cheers
Woodzee
 

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You mean like a soot effect?

What I do, is first I drybrush the tip of the gun with a 50/50 mix of Rhinox Hide and Warplock Bronze. After that, I drybrush half of the area at the end of the gun, with Chaos Black.

That will give you a nice sooted effect, where it looks like he has been gunning for days without stop.
 

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You mean like a soot effect?

What I do, is first I drybrush the tip of the gun with a 50/50 mix of Rhinox Hide and Warplock Bronze. After that, I drybrush half of the area at the end of the gun, with Chaos Black.

That will give you a nice sooted effect, where it looks like he has been gunning for days without stop.
*sniff* just like every ork should.:cray:
 

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cheers for that @Nordicus yeah it came up a treat on the orks face and body. a bit hard to get the effect on the gun barrel as i use a black wash after i paint them but on the Ork, it was exactly what i was looking for.

once again thanks
 
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