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Well, after watching your build video many times, my own version is coming together. It’s definitely a same but different look.

But I did pick up a few hints and tricks along the way to help with future builds (I’ve never used liquid latex in this way before) and review some old techniques I used back in the model railroading days (dry brushing)




Now I just need to hit the beach for some driftwood and finish up the base!

The direct sunlight unfortunately makes the red really stick out. It’s more subtle in evening lighting. Need to knock down the sheen with a final matte coat.

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Djjerme - Looks awesome! The red on mine really stood out too until I did the stain wash. I was torn between liking how the red looked in low light and wanting to knock it down a little for viewing in sunlight. (since the haunt that bought it will be displaying it outdoors.) In the end I opted for using the stain to subdue it. It was still visible in the deep pits and holes, but not so much on the surface.
 
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