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How To Paint Stone & Stucco

Stone or stucco buildings are really common around the world and they have some wonderful colours and effects that we can capture in model form. This video shows how to easily paint stone or stucco.

We’re continuing to use the Diorama Blitz Kino model sent to me by Doug Foscale and I’ve decided to create a stucco stone effect with some peeling paint and stucco in some areas only.

Materials

Car Primer – I use Halfords red on brick and grey on stone
Sponges – natural and make up – you need a variety of textures
Tamiya paint
– XF55 – Deck Tan
– XF78 – Wooden Deck Tan
– XF20 – Medium Grey
– XF2 – Flat White
– XF64 – Red Brown
– XF7 – Flat Red
– XF8 – Flat Blue
– XF1 – Flat Black
Vallejo
– USA Olive Drab – 70889
– Old Rose – 70944
– Black Red – 70859
AK Interactive Heavy Chipping Fluid
AK Interactive Worn Effects Fluid
Testors Dulcote or another solvent based matt varnish
Masking tape – I used a combination of Frog Tape and Tamiya (for the curves)
Matt acrylic varnish – I used Vallejo but there are many suitable brands

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Justin

Favourite Scale: OO / 1:76 Likes: Making small stuff on the laser cutter Dislikes: Counting rivets Other info: Starting to dabble with the world of 3D printing a bit to enhance the products we create on the laser. Layout: Whitwick Grove

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