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Made in gb
Utilizing Careful Highlighting


just a practice figure i did today to test out my new thinner and a change from the more realistic style i normaly go for.
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This message was edited 1 time. Last update was at 2012/07/28 13:54:35

Made in nl
Poxed Plague Monk

wow! looks great! what colors did you use for the armour?

~1200 pts

*poison wind mortar explodes* "Oh well. At least I tried." 
Made in gb
Utilizing Careful Highlighting


it was primed grey then had a nuln oil wash{softened with flow improver} for shadow then base coated with fortress grey .
then 50/50 fort grey and astronomican grey was used to highlight about 30% of the armour plates where light would hit it .
then a edge highlight of astro grey around every edge and a 50/50 mix if astro grey and cerimite white on the top edges .

as i was useing the flow improver i could skip a few layers as each one self blended with the last one .
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