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Stalwart Veteran Guard Sergeant


Have been reading and youtubeing pigment ideas....Started working with them this weekend!Wow what a Trip.Very much enjoying the medium.I have a few from Vallejo and tamiya and i can't wait to get more!

Tell me what you guys think...please share ideas and styles.thanks


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Mind posting links to some of this material?

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They are excellent for rust, mud and soot effects. I have a couple of the MIG powder sets and they are great.

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This is my first shoot at pigment wethering and rust!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Wow I might just have to try these!

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Gargantuan Gargant

Binghamton, NY

I picked up a trio of rust shades and a soot black from Les when he was selling pigments through the APJ store and they've gone on every single model I've completed since then. Actually, I went back and applied some to already finished models, as well.

The only regret I have is not picking up a few earth tones when I ordered the others. I don't need them, having decided on a basing scheme before I first tried powders, so I've been resisting ordering more, but if I already had them...

Yeah, I like weathering powders.

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Nasty Nob

Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

I just picked up some Vallejo and MiG pigments myself and plan on giving them a go on my Flames of War stuff.

If it turns out well, I'll dabble in 40k with them!

Current Project: Random quaratine models!
Most Recently Completed: Stormcast Nightvault Warband
On the Desk: Looking into 3D Printing!
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Know any good links for working with pigments??????

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this one helped!

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