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I am just starting to build my Exorcists and want to make the panels on the side look like they are made of white marble. Given the chasi will be mostly black, the white panels should look really good. Unfortunately, I am at a bit of a loss as to how to create this effect. I found this tutorial on creating a marbled effect, which looks great, but it is a bit different from how white marble looks. Does anyone here know how to create the effect I am looking for?
There are multiple kinds of marble, so it's kind of difficult to give you a single answer when we don't know the exact effect you want.
If I were you I'd try just using the same tutorial but a different palette of colors (light grey/cream colors and white).
Well, maybe the white marble tips on this page will do the trick ('though I never did marble myself, so I dunno)
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Ooh, nice find, Orkbert.
Cervantes: In order to attain the impossible, one must attempt the absurd.
If you want (as I naturally assume you do) veined marble then I'ld say to remember to keep all the veins running the same way and start painting them wide with very thin paint and get darker and finer as you go along.
Up, up and away!
Thanks for the advice. That link should prove useful for this task, but has so many other tips that I can definitely put it to use on other projects. I think this should be just what I need to get the Exorcist exactly how I want it!
Marble, when pulled off correctly, can be such a cool effect. I am definatly going to try this soon!