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>> No.29521186 [View]

>>29520049
This is that, in effect.

>> No.24777697 [View]

>>24776650
Its fine for blocking int he colours, get a black wash, highlight the highest points on the model.
Pic related.
sorry to all who have seen the image a millions times

>> No.24046945 [View]

>>24046873
easiest way is to slather it on, wait for it to dry and high light.
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>> No.22883021 [View]

>>22882932
paint the main colours, wash the mini, Personally I use a black wash, Then use the first colours again and pick out the highest points on the model.
Easy nice looking model.

>> No.21447607 [View]

>>21447542
before and after with washes.. and a little highlighting

>> No.21127756 [View]

Paint basic colour blocks, wash with a black wash (or whatever devlan mud is called nowadays, never used mud), go over raised areas with the first colour... you'll get a nice table top quality that way and its easy.
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>> No.20490248 [View]

>>20490041
I use the magic power that is washes.
slop on paint, wash, slop paint over raised areas.
Ta da!



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