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Central Valley, California

As the title says, can you show me your cool models with recipes if possible?

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Rolling 1's for five decades.
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Screeching 2nd Gen Hybrid Acolyte





I use this scheme: https://www.warhammer-community.com/2017/09/19/hexwraiths-made-easy-sep21gw-homepage-post-3/ for my Idoneth Deepkin, with a few changes.
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Warped Arch Heretic of Chaos





 Shrapnelsmile wrote:
As the title says, can you show me your cool models with recipes if possible?


theres the simple one i know works from GW

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Central Valley, California

Not Online!!! wrote:
 Shrapnelsmile wrote:
As the title says, can you show me your cool models with recipes if possible?


theres the simple one i know works from GW


I don't know how I missed this one -- thank you much appreciated.

~ Shrap

Rolling 1's for five decades.
Dust 1947 * 40K * Star Wars Legion * Warcry * LoTR SBG * Chain of Command * Warmaster 10mm * Saga
 
   
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Ultramarine Master with Gauntlets of Macragge





Upstate, New York



I use thin coats layered in a kind of sloppy blend, as I want that transition effect. But it’s only a pale blue, black (or red) and a turquoise glaze. The new contrast paints would probably work well. Drybrush and washes, all easy stuff.

   
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Not Online!!! wrote:
 Shrapnelsmile wrote:
As the title says, can you show me your cool models with recipes if possible?


theres the simple one i know works from GW


If you use a zenithal highlight when priming it looks even more spooky.

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Central Valley, California

Thanks everyone -- Im going to give the basic GW tutorial a try, definitely with a zenithal.

~ Shrap

Rolling 1's for five decades.
Dust 1947 * 40K * Star Wars Legion * Warcry * LoTR SBG * Chain of Command * Warmaster 10mm * Saga
 
   
 
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