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I hate applying white paint because it looks alot like twink when it dries. I try to get it more smooth by watering it down but then it becomes a pain to apply and requires countless coats.
Does anyone have any good tips for applying white paint? Would mixing varnish with it do anything?
The set up I've been using seems to work good for my eldars white places...
1. Paint bleached bone
2. Ink flesh wash
3. Dry brush bleached bone
4. Dry brush skull white
...or if you want it to have more of a blue'ish back ground...
1. Paint shadow grey
2. Dry brush space wolves grey
3. Dry brush skull white
I can't see how your doing it so it's hard to see how it's turning out to critique you on it. I hope these help a bit though
Tomb Kings, Marines, Eldar
Those are the two most common colours used when layering up to white. Actually any colour could be used adding more and more white to it as you get to the final coat.
And over there we have the labyrinth guards.
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what about the Dheneb stone or astronomican grey foundation paint as a base? I haven't tried that myself yet but maybe that'd work?
On my Nids i'm currently trying 3:1 Skull White: Codex Grey as a base, then highlighitng it with white, then using a thinned down white to smooth it out a lil bit.