• Vegetation and moss deposits are added.
  • Final assembly of the door with brick wall.
  • Distressed wood door!
  • The wood gate locker is a 0.2mm gauge wire
  • Rusty washes are giving on the edges and metal parts.
  • Step 12: This is how should look after all colors applied.
  • Step 11: Using a sponge I start to add the final layer of color also using acrylics but this time using Acrylicos Vallejo and the same process of peeling I make the blue patterns.
  • Step 10: Here how it should look after peeling.
  • Step 9: By using a masking tape I peel off the paint to give some crackles and peeled effect. To make this right you need to be quick while the painting is drying out.
  • Step 8: Give a thick second coat of lighter color using acrylics. I use here Tamiya XF-2.TAMIYA,Inc.
  • Step 7: Apply some hairspray to seal it off.
  • Step 6: This how should look after some scratches with the wire brush.
  • Step 5: Gently give some scratches using a wire brush. You also can enforce the effect of the wood grains using this method in the early stages of the wood.
  • Step 4: Apply a first thin coat of acrylic paint. In this case I use TAMIYA,Inc.Tamiya XF-20, but essentially any acrylics will do.
  • Step 3: Let the wood stain dry completely, otherwise you'll get the wood moist and not ready for the next layer of paint.
  • Step 2: Stain the coffee stirrer sticks. By dipping them in indian ink solution or use some oil washs to achieve the stain desired.
  • Step 1: Coffee stirrer sticks. I've use some from Starbucks. But you can use any kind of wood you desire.