Customs: How do I make Scorch/Burn marks

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  1. Rod

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    I want to add some 'battle damage' to a custom, but I have no idea how to make convincing burn marks. Any help would be awesome.
     
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    Drybrushing or a fine paint spatter using a toothbrush would work.
     
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    Drybrushing or a fine paint spatter using a toothbrush would work.
     
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    using a nailfile the cardboard based ones that have sharp edges and is really gritty. you can sand a shot into if its at the right angle. exacto knife. i like to cover in black then drybrush silver over. hope it helps
     
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    using a nailfile the cardboard based ones that have sharp edges and is really gritty. you can sand a shot into if its at the right angle. exacto knife. i like to cover in black then drybrush silver over. hope it helps
     

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