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Colors are your choice, but we recommend natural brick colors such as rust, tan or other earth tones. Paint door and window trim the same color as the brick or a contrasting color.
Airbrush or Hand-brush: Flat finish paint
Aerosol: Flat finish spray paint
Buildings may not be light-ready, but some modelers are adept at adding lighting. If lighting a building, reduce interior glare by painting interior walls and underside of roof flat earth-tone color.
Weathering Wash: Using a paintbrush, dab on small amounts of wash (formula follows) until desired look is achieved. Sponge off excess.
Formula: Mix 1-part acrylic paint (color suggestion: concrete or aged concrete), 12-parts rubbing alcohol, 8-parts water and 1 drop liquid dish soap.
Airbrush: Lightly spray thinned flat black paint (color suggestion: grimy black) to areas where natural discoloration can occur (near windows, chimneys, etc.).
Chalk: Rub a dark color of pastel chalk (color suggestion: gray, black, brown, etc.) on sandpaper to create a chalk dust. Using a paintbrush, dab chalk dust where discoloration can occur.