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I painting some standard space marine terminators. I undercoated with black, and painting the blood red on top of it. Instead of a flat color like most of the pictures I've seen, it's coming out thin. In order to get the flat blood red color, do I just use more paint? Thanks
Unless your prepared to spend alot of time painting layer after layer of blood red till you get an even coat I recommend either using a White primer or using the mechrite red foundation paint before the blood red.
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best way to get a flat red - black primer. Then use the spray gun to spray on watered down mechrite red. Shade it with Thraka Green (when it's dry of course) then work it up to Blood red and then beyond with either a little yellow mixed into blood red, or you can go straight up to blazing orange on the edges if you prefer. Just add or takeaway more stages inbetween the blood red and the yellow (or orange) depending on what kind of standard you're aiming for (ie gaming or display-only).