@Gatekeeper Thank you! Yeah, the machines were scratchbuilt with shapes and layers of Styrene
The newspaper machine master was sadly lost though. I have Silicone molds for the other two.
The Images were found on the Internet and printed on regular paper. Then soaked in really wet white glue, almost liquid, by brush. When the paper is wet, it peels super easy, so you just go with it, in controlled, small tears. The ageing is just lots and lots and lots of coats of various washes to dirty them up. Soaking corners in coffee, may make nice burnt edge look! Always remember to leave contrast with your weathering though. “The Light needs the Dark” - Bob Ross
The Cans are fun. Just used some styrene tubing and a pipe cutter to score the ribbing of the cans
A good friend sculpted and cast the Nuka Cola bottles for me in clear Resin
@ Alaiteir - The Walls are Resin Wall panels from an O Gauge Railroad company called Design Preservation Models. They are not easy to work with. I had to grind the corner pieces at 45 degrees with a belt sander. But they are as sturdy as rock once glued together.
If your question was how I got that white mortar look, it’s because it’s essentially REAL mortar.
I use regular Drywall Mud
When you open the can, the water that seperates from the mix sits on top, use this pre-thinned milky mix.
Dip and rub it into the bricks
Rub it off with a clean, wet, cloth
Rub it off with a clean, dry cloth