im still in my intro phase to this era and i want to make some scenery as a change of pace while waiting for my zulu boxes to get here. question is i see alot of red bricks on damaged walls and such on buildings. i have some old ww2 bits of brick walls laying about and would like to know if anyone can give me some hints to making the white (stucco?) coating they used over the bricks. not to keen on proper names of building materials. just in case you need a pic i linked to the painted building thread which is my inspiration - viewtopic.php?f=32&t=3833. thx for your time and help! my apologies if this topic exists on here somewhere, the woman is getting excitable about getting my rear in gear for our day out and about. didnt have time to search.
Face the front,keep looking to the front,don't be distracted,and for pity's sake don't look back! - 18th century soldier litany - Unkown Elävät nyt, maksa myöhemmin (Live now,pay later) - Jukka Hilden
Give it a 'plaster' wash - watered down diy plaster to the consistency of cream. You can use a cheap paintbrush to apply it, you can make it as smooth or rough as you want by stippling it with an old brush.
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