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Jack's Smirking Revenge
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Turpentine and a paint brush work very well. brush the whole thing in turpentine leave it hanging to dry and air out outside.
It it is dirty for a battle worn look.
You can then sand the contact areas. seams, elbows, knees cuffs, seat of pants, bottom seams of jackets things like that. with fine grit sandpaper.
When it is dry take some oil paints sienna and umber (i think burnt sienna and raw umber) mix some with a cup of mostly turpentine and brush it on the whole outfit again. You can dig some of the paint from the bottom of the cup and rub it into the contact areas. knees, elbows, seat of the pants or bottom of the jacket.

here are examples of the weathering I did to my sideshow endor uniforms.
I went back over it with a mixture of tan acrylic mixed with water and built up layers over the knees and parts where you see "dirt"
Camouflage Military camouflage Military uniform Ballistic vest Military person
Camouflage Military camouflage Plant Military uniform Marines
Camouflage Military camouflage Ballistic vest Military uniform Cargo pants
Wood Headgear Jacket Wrinkle Forest
Camouflage Military camouflage Vertebrate Marines Military person
Camouflage Military camouflage Wood Tree Helmet
 
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