Hello, I’m the caretaker.
Weathering. I was worried about not getting dirty because the basic paint was applied nicely, but I will do it a little this time as well.
Dilute the enamel paint thinly and spray it on the parts that are likely to get dirty.
This time, the area around the duct vernier and the knees, elbows, wrists, etc. of the joints are sprayed and soiled. Since it is sprayed lightly, the color gradually changes, so it is hard to fail. Even if it fails, it is an enamel paint, so it has almost no effect on the basic paint painted with lacquer.
The enamel paint used for shadow blowing is applied to the sponge and lightly pressed against the corners of the parts to create scratches made during the battle.
Doing this will improve the usability and make it more realistic.
Finally, the top coat.
Paint in block units. I chose a matte paint for the basic painting, so I’ll blow it lightly.
The boundaries of dry decals become clear and natural.
Weathering is now complete. It’s modest, but I think the atmosphere was pretty good.
You can make it more dirty by using a weathering master etc., but since it is the leading machine, it has not been hit so much, so this time I will end it here.
Thank you for watching until the end.