Battle-Worn – This is a technique where two colors are applied and the top color is artificially worn off. These finishes can be done to varying degrees. Color pairs with high contrast work best for this type of finish.
Freehand Camo – This is done with random shaped stencils in a random pattern. It is done in two or three colors of your choosing with a splatter effect over the pattern. Available in any color.
Splatters – Droplets of material are shot onto the part. The size of the drops will vary.
Bone Look – This is an effect that can be used to make white surfaces look like aged bones. It can also create a sepia filter effect on airbrushed work.
Simple Stencil – These are cut from our library or a stock image and have inside shapes (holes) larger than 1/8in. A common example would be a silhouette.