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I will say sorry now for my spelling.
I know it it is proble a stupid queshtion but i was woundering if any one new how to make a iverie couler as i am just about to start painting my high elves army and i would like to do there robes iverie instead of plain white.
So is there any one that can help?
Ivory? Use Dhebeb Stone, or Bleached Bone. Add a little white if you want it brighter.
Instead of mixing you can just use Vallejo ivory paint. I don't think the denheb stone would look close with white mixed into it. You can get a close mix with bleached bone and white but the mix is going to vary with your perception of ivory.
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As Slim21 said, there is an Ivory paint made by Vallejo Model Colours, which works really well. Otherwise, your best bet would be to add white to bleached bone until you got your desired shade.
Real Ivory can vary quite a lot depending on age, origin, etc. Maybe some pictures of the look you want to reproduce would help with color selection? For a table top miniature, you probably also want to paint with a lot more contrast than would be seen on an ivory sculpture. (To make it look like something normal seen at small scale, rather than something that's actually very small.)
I'd be tempted to use dheneb stone, highlighted with thin white and then a Gryphonne Sepia wash. Easy.
More effort (ie more layers of highlight) will give a better effect but sepia over bone/white works well.
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