How to paint muzzle burn heat and weathering effects on weapons in a simple way

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In the previous tutorial I showed you how to paint a turquoise armor with damage battle in a Ogre of the Mortian company . In this tutorial I will show you how to paint muzzle burn heat and weathering effects on guns, using this same miniature.

This will be a quick and easy tutorial .

Let’s Start!

Starting Point

This will be the starting point. If you want to see how to paint this armor I recommend you to read the previous tutorial first.

Pigments

With the help of an old brush, Burnt Umber 73.110 and Dark Red Ochre 73.107 pigments are applied on dry over the black parts of the weapon, combining them to achieve different tones and a quick and easy weathering effect.

Airbrush

From this point we will use the airbrush. First, a mixture of Game Air Orange Fire 72.708 and Model Air Light Rust 71.129 is applied. It is important to prepare a very dilute mixture and cover a large part of the barrel.

The reference Fantasy-Pro Worn Red 74.023 is used, this time we will cover a smaller area of the barrel.

Airbrush – Inks

We repeat the same process, reducing the area to be covered with the airbrush, but using Game Ink Blue 72.088.

To finish the process, apply Game Ink Black 72.094 in a very diluted way to the end of the barrel.

Result

Here we can see the final result:

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