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hey guys, i was wondering what you favorite painting technique is... my favorite is adding/making sure there's a black lining between two surfaces or objects. i think that it makes both parts stand out more, and also makes the model look cleaner... whats your favorite technique?
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Stippling. Gets decent coverage without being thick.
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Normally ink wash and then thin watered down layers, can take a lot of time especially for light colours but it's worth the effort.
I'm trying to learn the NMM technique, but i need to absolutley perfect regular painting before i even attempt it.
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I recently switched from blending to a more layered aproach so I can't say either of these really. This also rules out Inks (which I never use anymore) and drybrushing (my old staple). I suppose that my new shading technique for flat surfaces is my fave (it might have a name but since I came up with it independantly I don't know of one. I like to call it "counter shading".). it uses a similar principle to NMM but without aakward colour transitions.