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Here's a painting tip I feel the need to share:
When aiming for a chaotic and funky look for the staff wielded by a Lord of Change, do NOT attempt to achieve it by blending pink, purple and yellow randomly up the length of the staff.
It looks like Poo.
Badly painted poo.
Ok. Not much of a tip... but... ok.
at least it doesn't smell like poo...
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Ok, so let's guess that you tried this and decided that it wasn't very good. So what did you do instead in order to improve the painting? That could be a bit more helpful to us...
"Tau Commandment #226: Participants who use Velocity Trackers in the Tau Clay Pigeon Tournament will be disqualified"
basically your trying to say don't randomly paint and experiment and apply straight away?
Wow you must have bad poo I mean common who has pinky yellow poo? I think you achieved funkiness
I'm sure this "painting tip" is a bad joke is it?
- Peace Out
Last edited by image vertification sux; July 24th, 2008 at 00:11.
I might write like a ork but i fight like a poet.
Some one tell me they have ever seen a nightbringer die from a Nemesis Force Weapon.
On the subject of Tzeentch, blending, and staffs, I tried blending blue, purple, and yellow along the length of my Tzeentch lord's staff, and it came out beautifully. The trick was that I mixed each color with some watered down metallic silver paint. It really looked awesome. Too bad I stripped him and made him into a tzeentch Herald for my Daemon army. I think I may try to reproduce it again.
No, I don't have any wool.