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    im making a diorama and i was wondering, how do you paint blood? anyone have pictures? thanks

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    i like to make blood by first painting the area with ( i use paint from a differnt company) with a magenta color then going over with it with fleash wash and it comes out a nice earie blood color. what u could use is tenticle pink and then flesh was or just do blood red then flesh wash. red ink suckks
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    fresh blood or dry blood? i paint dry blood (i.e. on weapons) with red ink mixed with a little bit of brown ink and it turns out quite well... for fresh blood i just use red ink.

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    I use a mix of red ink and heavily watered down red gore. This creates the paint to pool in certain areas and should create a nice effect if you&#39;re good at it.
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    I have an article up about a blood effect in the article section of this site as well as a painting guide up on my website.

    I use Tamiya Clear red paint - it is thick and viscous compared to other model paints. For fresh blood it looks really nice for dried blood I would suggest as mentioned above to add a bit of brown ink/paint to the base blood mix (not too much though&#33.

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    For dry blood I use clean Red Gore. That is quite good. (Y)


    But there is several ways to paint blood
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    I agree with BeastmanJimmy.

    Wet blood: several layers of a mix of red ink/brown ink

    Dry blood: Red gore or scab red with a little brown ink

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    for me when i paint blood, for dry and wet affects, i do:

    Dry - I use any type of red watered down, or a red ink. Sometimes i use paints that arent from the Citadel line. I think its called Testors. To make it look dirty, and icky, i just add a bit of brown

    Wet - Heck, its simple, i just paint red on the tips of my weapons, but i paint it in a way to make it look like it was actually cut through someone, by using splattering techniques, and paint it in directions that fit the shape of the blade, and pretty much how the person using it, would actually try to cut someone with :shifty:
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