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Ok guys please bear with me.
I have not painted a model since maybe 8 or 9 years ago! Just got a chaos Lord and a squad of 5 chaos terminators (with forge world world eater add ons) along with some new brushes and paints.
Now I am planning on using Red gore as the main colour with blood red for high lights and scab red for shading along with red ink and Baal Wash.
Now when I first started painting models was back in 1993/94 and the norm was to undercoat in white or black and then build on that. My question really is, is that still the norm? Or are you able to use the base colour as the intial coat?
A confused vet who's become a noob.......now the circle is compleat lol
Well, this brings us to the question of the day: "If you think it's so stupid, why are you asking it?"
Yes, it is still the norm for a simple basecoat of white/black (at least in my area). Nevertheless, it probably is the simplest approach as well.
Ahh that is good lol.
Remember, there is no such thing as a worthless question .... it can always be used as a bad example. However, yours doesn't fall into that category. I think priming with white or black is still the norm.