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 [Tutorial] Verdigris on statues

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PostSubject: [Tutorial] Verdigris on statues   [Tutorial] Verdigris on statues Icon_minitimeFri 10 Oct 2008 - 21:18

Here is a guide I found that is very helpful when wanting to add an aged, weathered look to your copper/bronze statues. Please note this is not my article and I'm not taking any credit for it.

http://www.madponies.net/verdigris.html
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PostSubject: Re: [Tutorial] Verdigris on statues   [Tutorial] Verdigris on statues Icon_minitimeFri 10 Oct 2008 - 21:36

Annotation: You can also find this article in Wargames Painting and Modelling issue 3.
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