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Hoping that the answer to this one is as bright a bulb as my last question.When layering very gradually to avoid visible stripes, how do you actually see where you left off on the previous layer so you know where to stop/start?Is the layering meant to shade or just add dimension to the model by removing flat colors? If it's meant to shade, on odd shaped areas such as the lower portion of a wraithguards legs the part that is underneath his knee should be darker but it is hard to know what shade should be left in that area, and how do you continue to layer around it without a blotchy look?Thanks for the help again!
Get yourself a daylight bulb for an angle poised lamp. It makes true colour more visible.
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