Roadhog Gun Holster part 3


Priming the Roadhog Gun Holster with Plasti-dip means it has a durable rubber-like coating. This means it shouldn't crack over time and hopefully should keep its acrylic coat on better - time will tell!


After giving the warble a good coating with the Plastic-Dip and letting it dry completely I then used Rust-Oleum Matt Surface Primer over the top before I could start painting in acrylics.


Because Roadhog's props are all slightly scuffed and well-used I dry brushed a lot of acrylic layers to create the effect I wanted. This also helps with the leather-like texture for this particular prop.









You can see in the video below how I have built up the layers, working lighter colours into the darker ones with a dry-brushing technique.

Close-ups!

What do you think? I still need to finish this off and do any last minute touches, but I'm pretty happy with how it is turning out!


Until next time,


Cheers Love!

xoxo

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