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I'm returning to my first love in Warhammer, the Orcs and Goblins. I'm a reasonable painter, but one thing i never figured out is how to paint studded leather. Any tips?
Well, do you standard leather color first. Now, here's the trick: you can carefully paint around the studs (leaving them black) or paint all the studs carefully with black. Now, dot them lightly with metal of your choice, leaivng some black showing so they stand out.
Failing that, just ignore the studs.
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It would be easier to paint the whole leather part the color you want it. Then dot each of the studs black and then go over with your metal. Easy as pie! 0:
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You pretty much do have to paint the studs neatly and individually. If you don't cover the whole top of the stud noone'll notice though, unless you want perfect then don't obsess over them.
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