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I'm currently sitting here at my table and working on my Daemon army by painting my plague bearers and I'm wondering how I want to present these guys. These guys are supposed to be all rotting, decarying, and pestiulant, and while I do normally like the matte finish of my paints, I'm looking for something to give the unit a slimy look. I've been looking around on the internet and I found a look that I like.
I like the look of this army a ton: The Daemonic Legion
It's a Khorne army and I do plan on getting my bloodletters to look the same as well, so I'm essentially knocking out two birds with one stone on this one. In the article he says he uses minwax, but could I do the same with wood varnish? I want my plauge bearers and my blood letters to have a little bit of slickness to them, but not obnoxiously.
Any tips would be great!
Dunno if this will help much, but here's my tutorial on Tamiya Clear Red and Smoke for effects.
Thanks a ton! I'll have to get some of that stuff. It provides just enough sheen to it, but not too much. Thanks, Pickle!