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Today I want to show you an easy way to get scratches on your model. This technique is very old, but I never saw it on gaming miniatures. Additionally this tutorial starts the striking3agle blog and a series on weathering called Dirty Winter.
What we need:
・ Hairspray. I have experience with L’Oreal Studio and Taft (the former is better). I haven’t used cheap “no-name” hairsprays so I don’t know if it’s a good idea to use them.
・ Some kind of saucer or plastic mug
・ A toothpick, needle, GW stippling brush or a warhammer scale plastic sword
・ An airbrush, a brush and paints (your model’s armor color and black and red to make the rust effect)