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i would like to know
a)a way to paint a purple for my night gobbos mushrooms
b) a way to paint the yellow moon icons
c)a way to paint a raggedy, worn, red colour
please reply, they will be appreciated
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a) I'd have used Blood Red with white polkadots but I suppose Warlock Purple could work as well.
b) Depends what undercoat you used. If you use white then it should be a simple coat of yellow. If you started with black then you're going to need a coat or two of Codex Grey (and maybe even Vomit Brown) before you paint the yellow.
c) Scab Red with Red Gore drybrushed on top. Or Red Gore drybrushed Blood Red if you want lighter red.
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For a very nice warn red color start with a very dark red (preferrably a brown red). Wash it with brown ink, then highlight up by mixing a graduating amount of dwarf flesh into the red until you get a desired look. The dwarf flesh will give the red a nice washed out appearance.
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