- Realistic Water or substitute
- Weathering Pigments
Alright, so usually I do steps for my tutorials, but I didn't really take steps, it was more of a making it up as I go sort of deal.
So what I did first, was get a container to mix my pigments. I will note that I made the mud for the panther a little to "clay-like". I wanted it to be a bit more dark dirt like, if that makes sense.
So mix up your pigment till its a solid colour. Next I mixed in some leaf material and static grass. Then pour some realistic water into the cup and mix it up with a stick. You want it to be kind of a batter like consistency. But it really comes down to personal preference.
Take a really really old shitty brush. You do not want to use a nice brush. This will gum up your brush, faster than sticking a piece of gum in that girl you hated in third grade's hair. Okay, now i slathered it all over the tracks. I was going for a really muddy look.
Hope this helps!