Next part in the painting process. The first step was to push back some of the rust. I thought it was a little too much in some places. It is real easy, basically dry brush the area you want to push back. In this case it used metal/silver.
A tip is to never do all your work in one day unless you have done the same process multiple times. Stepping away for a while and come back often reveal stuff you initially liked but now want to modify.
After this it was time for some actual painting. I have seen some photos of old rusty and abandoned tractors in blue Lately and kind of like the contrast between the corrosion and the blue colors. So blue it is.
I also what the colors to look weathered, shipped and old.
To achieve something like that I painted the colors in blocks. More or less just dabbing the color on to the surface.
First a light blue and after that a darker blue.
After painting all areas I wanted blue I washed the blue areas in agrax earthshade.
The last thing I managed to do in this step, was to paint some of the censors and added some nihilakh oxide to some of the copper parts and pushing the oxide back with a thin layer nuln oil.
That’s it for now :) .