Hello, I’m the caretaker.
The basic painting is over and it feels like it has been painted with a slightly suppressed color. It feels pretty good!
That’s why this time it’s weathering.
Enamel paint is applied to the corners of the sponge and lightly pressed against the corners to express the damage.
Even if you don’t like it, you can wipe it off with an enamel solvent without affecting the basic paint. I am conscious of the moderation and chipping.
The weathering master after a long time used C set gunmetal. If you lightly stroke the corners of the parts, you will get a dirty atmosphere and you can easily express the dirt.
Enamel paint is diluted thinly and sprayed on vernier and near joints that are likely to get dirty.
I also blow lightly on the place where a lot of paint got on by chipping.
Enamel paint for weathering is diluted 3 to 4 times.
It is a finished top coat. Since the matte clear is blown at the stage of basic painting, it is OK if you spray it lightly. The purpose is to protect stains with Weathering Master and enamel paint.
Weathering is complete. It was a kit that had good corners and was relatively easy to do chipping.
The weathering master used gunmetal, but it might have been good to use a little brown.
For the time being, the ideal weathering was completed. This weathering process can be done in less than a day, so if you like MS with a little damage, you may try it.
Please try it
Now the weathering is complete and the whole process is over.
Thank you for watching until the end.