Model: DLi$h Pro Model Ultra Limited
White Oakley Crowbars with black strap holders
What I wanted to do with this design is create the effect of battle worn metal. To get this somewhat rusted looking goggle frame, the first layer is a mix of copper and black paint (about 60/40 copper to black). You'll need about two coats of that to get a solid copper layer.
To get the pock marks, I used a dremel with a small rotary bit. You may be scared at first, but there is actually plenty plastic on this frame. I used just pure silver paint to drench every marking so it looks like you're striking through to fresh metal (from bullets and shit of course).
The last part is the hardest. You're going to take a big brush and dip it in silver paint. You then want to unload the brush as much as possible on a box or whatever scrap is around. When there is BARELY any paint left on the brush, you lightly brush the goggle so that the paint only catches on the sharp edges and corners. This is what brings out the detail and really makes it look like metal.
If you are interested in getting YOUR own pro model made, you can DIY, or just hit me up: firstname.lastname@example.org and I'd be happy to help you out.