Thank you! Good question….I’m not sure at the moment. Haven’t had a chance to research any techniques I like. Any suggestions?
Hmm….oil spills and tire marks…I forgot about those details. I’ll have to add those details in somehow.I am sure I don't have to remind you that roads are not one color. Oil spills. Tyre marks if a car brakes hard. Cracks/potholes in the road. Fading white lines. Repairs on the road giving a different color. Etcetra, etcetra.
Yeah, I wasn’t sure what way to go on that haha. I researched different methods and people do it both ways so I just decided to pick one and go for it. Thanks for the tips!Looking good GuilfordRailman.
Personally I would have painted the windows and doors first, but hey we do things differently. LOL
You can still paint the windows and doors with a fine paintbrush. If the window frames are white do not have them 'too white'. The same with the doors. Whatever color they are they should be a dull one. The 'older' the building, the more weather beaten it should be.
Some weathering with powders will help on the brickwork
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