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I am currently working on finishing an army of wood elves and came across a stump in the road; I need a technique for elf flesh which, when combined with a dark tone dip, gives a detailed and pleasing look without looking flat and slimy. I ask this only because the remainder of my force is forest spirit and looks good with the dip technique and shine.
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I would suggest simply using cheap craft brushes to apply the dip to their cloth and do flesh/hair/etc with normal techniques.
If you do come up with a way to make a dipped model look like it wasn't dipped, we'll all be eager to hear as well
Hmmm, I sorta dipped my marauders in a way, I just did the skin like this:
-1/1 deneb stone-dwarf flesh
-wash Devlin mud
-drubrush bleached bone
that gave a dark look which was what I was looking for, perhaps you could replace DF with Elf flesh, just an Idea, thats how id go about it.
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