I can only assume that he's served with cheese...
Sell, my salt experiment on Lt. Moen is complete and the verdict is....I dunno. It does look all good & rusty, but it was really kindova pain in the ass to do. When it came time for me to remove the salt it quite often didn't want to come off, so i had to brush harder which in turn took some of the paint off. Or in a few places when it did come off (whether for the reason above or otherwise) it took the primer with it down to just the bare metal, so maybe this technique is best used on just plastic?
(sorry for the grainy photo, my camera isn't the best on focusing in so close on tiny minis)
The tutorial I used demonstrated the technique on an old rhino, which has large & flat surfaces. So perhaps this technique is just best for such models, or more likely, its best to try it on less detailed models till you get the hang of it, and only then do you try it on a highly detailed infantry model like this...
In person it looks pretty good though, and for a one off 'throw away' paint job, it came out fairly well I think, while satisfying my random urge to paint a warmahordes mini (and I do get that urge on occasion).
I showed this to Murl & the following (and inevitable) conversation took place:
Looks good, we should play.
Oh come on...
At which point I got a dirty look & he handed the mini back to me, lol.
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