Ifrit's Workshop

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Re: Ifrit's Workshop

Post#11 » Feb 08 2017 07:53

If it help's at all, I am going to paint my Tidewall to fit in with the main type of planets we fight on.[ie sandy and dry.]

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Re: Ifrit's Workshop

Post#12 » Feb 24 2017 01:41


So on the left I washed it with Carroburg Crimson, Nuln Oil in the middle, and finally Agrax on the far right... honestly it looks like it stuck everywhere but where I wanted it (the panel lines) :(
At least on the legs. So any tips? Also which do you guys like better? The Nuln oil gives it kind of a shine which I don't like too much...

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Re: Ifrit's Workshop

Post#13 » Mar 05 2017 03:04

Carroburg Crimson stays within the palette of your original scheme - the others are to dark - and well as you say; shiny.

A good trick with some washes is to dip your brush in dishwashing fluid (talking a hint of a touch) then mix through the wash - this breaks the surface tension and helps spread the wash.

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