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Artificial Rock from Mix and How to Paint

Discussion in 'Tutorials' started by Red stag, Jan 30, 2008.

  1. Red stag

    Red stag Active Member

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    The black dots on the brown color. Jet Black.
     
  2. Red stag

    Red stag Active Member

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    Painting the yellowgreen color lichens. Using the EZ-Nose Texture makes it simple. This color I mix from yellow-white- black latex paint. Paint has to be thick.
     

  3. Red stag

    Red stag Active Member

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    Rock ready for the base. Hope this will help in making rocks and give the painting job a realistic look. But there are so many ways to do this........ Good luck! Ole
     
  4. taxos

    taxos Finches, Buntings

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    that´s really nice to see Red Stag, thank you for this!
     
  5. mk

    mk -30 below

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    red stag-awesome thanks for sharing.
     
  6. Doylestudio

    Doylestudio Active Member

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    Awsome Post Red Stag!!
    Thanks for sharing so much info.!!

    Mike
     
  7. wings II

    wings II New Member

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    Excellant tutorial!! :)
     
  8. Jim B

    Jim B Active Member

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    Very nice Red Stag.Great looking rocks and lots of good information.Thanks a lot for sharing that.
     
  9. Taxi-lover

    Taxi-lover Active Member

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    Absolutely great post!! Can't wait to get on work and try this method! Thanks Stag!!
     
  10. crankin

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    thanks very much for showing us that, it is nice to see other peoples techniques on how to do different things
     
  11. jerryn

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    can anyone tell me where to purchase these products, especially the second one
     
  12. lorefuma

    lorefuma Member

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    I think that whiting/chalk is calcium carbonate...
     
  13. Shaggy

    Shaggy Hey Folks, It's Dog Gone Good!

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    Nice lesson! I see the foot in the one pic, can you post a pic of the finished scene?
     
  14. Red stag

    Red stag Active Member

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    Oh- sorry about this. Was going to take a photo of the finnished wolverine. But...... must be my brain - once again ;D ;D
     
  15. rc5211

    rc5211 New Member

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    Excellent tutorial, Thanks for sharing...Red Stag
     
  16. Lisa M

    Lisa M Swing like no one is watching...lol

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    Thank you so much Red Stag! Excellent How-To post! ;) You did a good job on the rock & on the tutorial. :)
     
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    You listed the materials where did you get them , can i get from local supplier ? like your rock mark c
     
  18. Red stag

    Red stag Active Member

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    Hi Mark, Here in Norway I get all materials from a company who sells chemicals, salt, plaster etc. The paper pulp are used as insulation in housebuilding.
     
  19. boarhunter67

    boarhunter67 Well-Known Member

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    Wow! Great rock. Even better tutorial.
     
  20. Red stag

    Red stag Active Member

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    One more rock for a European Lynx. Thanks