Reddit Reddit reviews Tamiya 87085 Weathering Master C Set

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Tamiya 87085 Weathering Master C Set
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8 Reddit comments about Tamiya 87085 Weathering Master C Set:

u/KingOfCarrotFlowers · 2 pointsr/Gunpla

I just used the Tamiya weathering master C kit (link). It was actually fairly easy to apply with the little sponge brush thing -- I'd just rub it in the silver pigment and then brush it over corners. I think it turned out pretty well for a first attempt :)

u/Alucard1138 · 2 pointsr/Gunpla

Thank you!! I got Tamiya weathering kits off Amazon. They're like little makeup applicators, they make a bunch of different ones and they come with 3 colors per pack. Then I hit it with a coat of Tamiya Flat Clear to lock it all in and make it look more realistic.

u/fluffy_warthog10 · 2 pointsr/Tau40K

Dry brushing some black could do it, but I usually use pastel powders, and seal them in with a flat coat on top.

u/alaskafish · 1 pointr/modelmakers

As someone who loves to weather (helps hide imperfections, especially at your scale), nothing can go wrong with some Tamiya Weathering powders..

I used these when I started getting into weathering and they really help add dust to your models.

Washes can be complicated, and expensive, so stay away from those as of now. As someone with years of experience with them, I still have trouble with them.

I think you should learn to get a good finish and all that before weathering. Take into account what /u/windupmonkeys beautifully said.

u/EndGamE0630 · 1 pointr/gaslandsplayers

For paint chipping, get some Ak Interactive Ak00089 - Heavy Effects Acrylic Fluid

For rust, get a Tamiya 87085 Weathering Master C Set

u/captainwacky91 · 1 pointr/modelmakers

Dry brushing techniques, graphite pencils, powdered makeup with earth tones, Weathering kits, salting and/or hairspray chipping, deforming/bending parts by means of heat....

There's lots of ways you can weather a build. Just keep in mind that in many cases, less is more.

u/ForsakenMantra · 1 pointr/ageofsigmar


Basecoat with a dark gray, highlighed with two lighter shades of gray and then a black wash. Re-highlight with watered down paint.

Weathered with this. Added some oxide technical paints.

Blues are just started with dark colors and brought lighter and lighter with a light white blue mix for the middle.

I used a small piece of sponge to add the greens and ochre colors. Finally I painted small black cracks and highlighted some edges with white-grey mixture.

u/SillyNonsense · 1 pointr/starwarscollecting

That's nice. Didn't even know this existed. How much? Do you know what scale it is or how tall?

I just bought the Bandai 1/48 scale model kit and will be putting it together this weekend. I want to apply something like the Tamiya 87085 weathering set but I havent done my research yet to know what type of paint it even is or how to properly seal it.

I'm curious about this 1/50 from Sega also.