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I have a squad of noise marines that are primed black and basecoated with a couple coats of warlock purple (and gold trim on the armor). Warlock purple is the pinkish purple (for those who confuse it with the darker "liche purple). I want to ink them to add some depth, but i'm not sure what ink to use- magenta, black, purple, chestnut? or one of the new citadel washes?
Also, any suggestions on a color to hard edge/extreme highlight the warlock purple? thanks.
Last edited by chrach; November 2nd, 2008 at 00:21. Reason: clarify
Magenta will give it a more lighted look, the black would give it a dirtier/darker look
Maybe do a heavier coat of magenta, then go over that in black, so it blends from purple, to magenta, to black
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