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Old 01-06-2020, 04:32 PM
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How do I make this effect?

Hello everyone.

Could someone tell me how I do this cut iron effect.
I am wanting to apply it to a next model that is the Jagdtiger, but before starting I would like to try to make that effect.

Any suggestion. Use some kind of paper...or another material.
Or anything similar, I just make any like the picture
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Old 01-06-2020, 04:49 PM
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There are alot of effects there. Which are you looking for?
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Old 01-06-2020, 06:57 PM
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The effect I want is that of the cut metal, as if it were cut in the torch
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Old 01-06-2020, 07:17 PM
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You can try using sandpaper to rough the edge and surface of the cardstock.
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Maybe even dampen the area a little with water then scratch it a bit with the blunt side of an exacto blade or something similar...***



***Disclaimer:surely I don't need to warn you that getting your paper model wet can be kinda dangerous?
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Best would be to model with thick / layered card. Cut out the area to a depth, by taking off layers, then fill with some putty and texture the putty to look like welding ripples.
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Quickest way: Needle file, several shapes(triangle, round, flat, oval) to file cardstock giving that effect. Different shapes to leave different pattern shape to add to realism. Talking about laminates/Layers of cardstock or one thicker 0.5mm- 1mm piece.

Bought a set almost exactly like this set from Harbor Freight years ago. Not the best for precision part making/fixing on metal, but on paper they work great! Here is a link for some from amazon.

https://www.amazon.com/Piece-Precisi.../dp/B006N3EPKE

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Old 01-08-2020, 09:10 AM
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Perhaps you should just send the parts to me for building. A lot of my airplanes look like that.......


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What I wonder is... at what scale are you building?
Because many details get lost at certain size... so it's probably not worth the effort if you'll need a microscope to see them.
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Micro Mark has this for model railroading
https://www.micromark.com/Distresser-Weathering-Brush
might be a good option for those parts needing visual relief

something similar might be available in Brazil.

You might need to tear the paper along a jagged metal edge to replicate the cut bottom
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