A brief basing interlude

27 02 2014

A brief basing interlude

This is a test piece for my Desert Rats.
One layer of household emulsion paint. Vallejo Crackle Medium and then another layer of household emulsion.
I’m happy with this, so no GW only one shade of cracked soil. I can have any colour I want.




One response

28 02 2014

Looks good. I saw the Terranscapes guy using a crackle paste (Kroma crackle) for one of his desert boards. The effect was extremly realistic and I think the paste wasn’t that expensive. Here is the link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FU-QqBz2SWI

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