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    Anyone know who to paint wraithbone? i did wat it said in the craftworld codex but it didnt come out right. should i drybrush snakebight leather under beleached bone or do a full blown coat of it?

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    wraithbone can be any colour it doesn&#39;t have to be bone

    gw wraithbone scenery ( looks like terracotta to bleached bone )
    gw wraithbone minis ( looks like snakebite leather to bleached bone )

    if I were you I&#39;d go for a blending technique rather then a drybrush

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    can u explain it to me? anytime i try to paint wraithbone it kinda looks sreaky
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    OK a quick and easy way would be allow all recessed areas to be painted Snakebite ( watered down ) from the a 75/25 bone /leather mix over that covering all areas except those to be purposly left snakebite.
    From there add some skull white to your mix and start picking out raised details and edges.

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