Chippings on olive drab... Here how to get the best chippings on a Sherman turret.
An intriguing video about how to combine Alclad and weathered aluminium finish
A very detailed tutorial about weathering on a Sturmgeschütz IV - StuG IV
Add the ultimate touch of realism to your figures with the weathering...
Do not leave your railroad models like "factory new"... Add some good weathering !
Oil Dot Filter is one of the most interesting weathering techniques, to make richer the tonal hue of the painted model.
Discoloration is a very important part of the weathering process: here you can see how to reproduce it on the Millenium Falcon.
Do not be scared by the russian titles of this video... just look at the images, it is one of the best weathering examples around.
Need to improve your weathering art? Here a nice starting point.
From the guys at Andy's Hobby Headquarters a complete tutorial summarizing all the techniques to rust your models.
Natural metal is not so easy to weather in a convincing way... Here some useful tips.
Quiet often the good old methos are still the best :)
A gallery of paints and weathering techniques, to help the beginners to know the many different methods around.
This cottage company is specialized in snow effects... how is it this new product dedicated to winter wash the tanks?
A video tutorial about how to pre-whether blocks, bricks, slabs before you start to use them
In this new episode of the professionally filmed course by the guys at Wilder, they move forward by adding rust tones to the chipped paint.
With their unique design, the Sherman tracks are the perfect canvas for weathering, and washes are the basis for this. Remember: any Brand works as well
Here some useful suggestion about how to apply a wash for the panel lines when the model is painted in metal color.
Dedicated to the fan of Russian tanks, this video give plenty of inspirations about painting and weathering armors.
A technique that -if used wisely- can add realistic tonal and hue variations to your painting.
Very well filmed and professional video about chipping process by adding steel tones
There are lots of excellent bare metal options out there nowadays, but what about achieving tonal variance in the metallics that matches the worn patina seen on so many Cold War era aircraft?
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