Detailing gives your blaster a weathered, 3 dimensional look. If you want it to look like it’s been dragged through the dirt, or seen any real action then this is a step you won’t want to skip.

There are a couple ways to add detail. One is kind of like fingerpainting, and the other like watercoloring.

What you will learn in this step

  • The two types of paint you can use to add detail
  • How to make an acrylic wash
  • How to use rub n buff
  • What parts of the blaster you can detail

What you need to get started

  • Two contrasting colors of spray paint
  • Your accent paint
  • Good lighting

In the video above I discuss your options for detailing. The traditional way to age your blaster is to use a type of paint called Rub N Buff. It is fairly

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