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Plasticote crackle spray is good for large areas, I used it for a Realm of Battle board I did for a mate. Another option, though tricksy, is to deliberately induce primer shock; I've used this for nurgle in the past. For small areas, I still think the gw paint is ok.

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 inmygravenimage wrote:
Plasticote crackle spray is good for large areas, I used it for a Realm of Battle board I did for a mate. Another option, though tricksy, is to deliberately induce primer shock; I've used this for nurgle in the past. For small areas, I still think the gw paint is ok.


Thanks for the feedback, graven! Is the GW stuff precolored? I need my crackle to be blue-gray when it dries.

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GW crackle paint is precoloured - brown (Agrellan Earth), black (Mordant Earth) or red (Martian Ironearth). You might be able to mix in another colour to tint it - but those aren't great starting places for blue-gray - the brown might be light enough. I've had experience adding black on top of red (before I worked out they had a black...) - but it's fiddly and I wouldn't recommend it.

   
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 Arakasi wrote:
GW crackle paint is precoloured - brown (Agrellan Earth), black (Mordant Earth) or red (Martian Ironearth). You might be able to mix in another colour to tint it - but those aren't great starting places for blue-gray - the brown might be light enough. I've had experience adding black on top of red (before I worked out they had a black...) - but it's fiddly and I wouldn't recommend it.


Thanks, Arakasi! That's good feedback. Yeah, none of those colors seem quite right as a starting point for blue-gray.

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Okay, so I'm working on more Spacehulk open floorplan tiles and thought I'd show off my crud-in-progress shots. This is layers of superglue with baking powder, white glue with fine ballast and clay ballast, thinned white glue with baking soda, and a sealing layer of 40:50:10 of water/white glue/grey paint. In these shots the top most layer is still damp.



These will dry overnight and then I might add another layer of crud before I prime them.

Thanks for looking. C&C always welcome. Have an awesome day!


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Have no fear, these are showing up! Nice job on these, and looking forward to seeing them painted up

Thanks for sharing



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Perhaps it is a lube issue, seems obvious now.
 
   
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What an excellent technique for showing thick layers of rust! And the pics here show it off well.

"Crud In Progress"- CIP- I'm stealing that! I mean, paying the highest compliment to your originality by using a phrase you pioneered without providing attribution...yeah, that's it!

Good to see your post- rock on!

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Lol, thanks? I'll have more progress shots up tomorrow. I'm trying to work on something every day. We'll see how long i can keep that up. Wish me luck

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So, I have 2 of the same design tiles and wanted to show off the comparison between the two.


And then wanted to show off the second layer of crud on one of the other tiles, before I added the sealing layer of watered down glue.


That's my work for today. Goodnight.

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That's crud tastic. Beautiful work.

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I decided to focus in on these two tiles and work on them both until they are completed. I added a second layer of crud to what I'm dubbing the "Generator Tile". Here it is with a second layer of 10:40 mix of white glue/water still soaking.


And some glamour (detail) shots, too. Some of these larger red stones will get plucked off after the sealing layer dries to create irregular depressions in the crud.


I call this other tile, "the Organ". I added a lot more crud.


That's my progress for today. Thanks for looking. C&C always welcome. Have an awesome day!

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The Darion Sector War Campaign.
Into the Jaws of Hell 40k campaign.
I do commissions. If you are interested send me a PM and we can talk concepts and pricing. 
   
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That's a great idea adding stones to the drying glue solution to later remove and leave pits and depressions- almost a 'reverse salt' method of weathering! The tiles are really developing into something different than the usual run of reddish plastic simulating metal fatigue and decay.

Rock on.

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