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 Post subject: Re: Draked WIP- 11/17/17 Uruk Scouts
PostPosted: Sat Nov 25, 2017 3:38 pm 
Elven Warrior
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I use argax earthshade on my yellows to tone it down. My yellow formula is: XV 88 base, argax earthshade, XV 88 highlight with med brush, vomit brown highlight with small brush. Works great for orcs, it complements the green skin nicely. It's kind of a muddy, scours-coloured finish.

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 Post subject: Re: Draked WIP- 11/17/17 Uruk Scouts
PostPosted: Sun Nov 26, 2017 11:54 pm 
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I would love to help, but for some reason the images aren't loading for me. I'll have to try a different browser later, but I will say that GW's washes are worth the money. I use Agrax Earthshade a lot, and the colored ones are nice for glazes. Mixing paint and water does work well too for certain things, but overall I think washes are a bit better, and you get consistent results with them.
I'll try and give some better help when I get a chance to look at the pictures.

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 Post subject: Re: Draked WIP- 11/17/17 Uruk Scouts
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Got some Nuln Oil on here and some more layers to dull my egregious highlights. Of course after receiving my 24ml bottle, I promptly spilled HALF!

Anyway, this stuff is great. Paints on really well due to its flow and settles in all the right places. Only thing I noticed is it settled a bit too much in the deeper crevices near the armor.

I'm pleased with the progress on here, can't tell how much more groundwork I want to put in before getting to details, a final wash, and basing. I just got a W&N S7 but I'm afraid to open it before getting brush cleaner! How do I take care of this new brush?

I've got 4 final exams next week and an insane AI project to code up... Wish me luck!

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