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      Hi All;
      here a technique a friend showed me, to get realistic Rustmarks with acrylic How to .... Rustmarks Color.
      At first you paint the area to get rusted with different shades of rust Color. I prefer sparkling the color to get an realistic touch.




      after this work is done i put water on it and put Salt over it and let it dry.
      The Salt will be used as a Stencil.





      After drying time I shot some coats of grey ground color over the surface.







      After the ground coat is dry i shot the body color over it and let it dry.







      And now the secret moment ...
      you hold the part under warm water and the salt dissolves.









      At last i used the Airgun and chalks to weather some areas.





      Hope, this is helpful for someone.
      Regards Lutz
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  1. Lutz-Bikes's Avatar Active Member
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    Hi;
    here some more Results







    Cheers Lutz


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    That's perfection!! I've seen that technique used by aircraft builders to simulate chipped paint. Instead of a rust undercolor, they use a flat aluminum and then use fusilage color over the aluminum. What you've shown has got to be the best rust technique I've seen in a long time. It definitely beats the steel wool How to .... Rustmarks treatment. I also see this technique being used to replicate pitted and rusted chrome parts on a junker. Thanks so much for sharing this, Lutz.
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    Hi;
    here an example of a Body from my Shaker Trike "RAT Style"






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    How to .... Rustmarks
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    Wow, that first set of barrel pics looks awesome. Looks like it had been outdoors for ages. This is a technique to remember. Thanks for the post on it.
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    I never try it, I just only used acrylic How to .... Rustmarks colors in this Rat Rod Jeep... BTW the body is paper... :)

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    Thats great! I need to remember this technique. Thanks

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    Good stuff guys, it's going in my favorites...thanks.
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    just wondering how you do it in chrome?? if you want to have some chrome left with bits of rust??
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    I would assume you'd selectively strip the chrome first and then add the rust. I'd have to try it to see how it would work. You'd have to mask off what you don't want stripped and then go from there.
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    ok thanks. gone try that
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    no one tried "InstantRust" ??



    If it was said before, I'm sorry, but I try to read all I can, and it's just not enought !!!
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    That is very realistic rust!

    I learned a lot of painting from this forum: Welcome to the Mig Productions Forum! • View forum - PAINT & WEATHERING TECHNICS

    The hairspray-tecnique is another great technique.
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