Oils are my favore media to weather a model; if you didn't try them yet, consider it: they are cheap, easy and forgiving.
An enamel product intended to recreate streaking dirt effects on ships painted in light grey
From Wilder another top notch tutorial, this time clearly explaining chippings finishing techniques.
Russian tanks had to face very bad environmental condition, so you can expect their tracks were very dirty, and here a tutorial about them.
Don't forget to apply weathering also to the door of your buildings... Wanna some ideas? Here you are
Brown washes are probably the most uses in weathering; so here a comparison of some of the most common around
For the best metal single link teack around... Friul Models patiently assembled and then burnished to a natural look
Olive Drab can be too flat, and filters can be the proper media to make it more vibrant and real
When it is time to weather a huge RC model, things can have to be overdone...
How to enhance details with oil paint, for aircraft ad tanks.
Very well done and complete (but only 15 min.) tutorial about how to paint and weather a perfect winter wash camo
Another rust effect to add to our weathering arsenal... quick and easy
Though a promo of a longer, commercial DVD, this video is very inspirational and can give some useful hints
Did you ever guess what is behind a company producing paints and weathering products? Discover it with this video about the Ammo by Mig Jimenez
Look how to achieve the best results in weathering any tanks in Panzer Gray camo.
In this new episode of the finishing techniques by WILDER, we will see how to apply the dark washes. Don't miss the WILDER videos... they are top notch!
Oilbrusher is the "last wave" in weathering products... Bob from Genessis Models reviewed this new product.
Great tutorial professionaly recorded about mud and splashes. Remember... what works with a Brand, works as well with other brands as well.
The Tamiya weathering sets allow to quickly apply an effective weathering. Here we see one in action to heat stain an exhaust.
In this long, well detailed and filmed video, we will see summarized all the basics techniques of weathering, applyed to a Stug.
5 STARS TUTORIAL - Second of two videos about techniques about OPR or adding tones to the base coat of a turret using oil paints
Before the pigments there were the pastels... and they are still here and are damn good! Let's see how to use them for dusting.
If your car racing model is not factory new, the wheels need to be weathered. Here some useful suggestions.
How to produce some easy discolouration and highlight/shadow effects? Oil paints can be an effective solution.
Kathy Millatt faces a very specific problem, giving us a very specific approach to it in this quick video tutorial.
5 STARS TUTORIAL - first of two videos about techniques about OPR or adding tones to the base coat of a turret using oil paints
A filter is something different from a wash, and its purpose is to slightly modify the base tone color. Here a great tutorial about them.
Though i think that this technique should be used wisely and only on some occasions, still can be interesting to experiment with.
A simple technique to depict heavily weathered metal & damaged paint effects - as seen in a dry desert environment - using Enamels & a blending stump laden with graphite.
5 STARS TUTORIAL - For a more realistic effect, on a tank instead to use the decals, try to mask and paint all the marks, as this professionally recorded video show us.