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has anyone got any advice on painting wolf fur on the back of a space wolves sargent?
i am currently going to do snakebite leather + brown ink + chestnut ink then snakebite lether + brown ink then snakebite lether then bronzed flesh then bleached bone then skull white
has anyone have better advice?
Well the technique you mentioned sounds fine but you don't have to use so many different tones... I'd leave out the bronzed flesh and use scorched brown as the base colour instead...
just use a brown color and ink the fur then lightly drybrush a lighter coat of brown over it then drybrush areas of the fur with white... it will give it a "moving in the wind" look.
It's not Raymond Luxury Yacht, It's pronounced throat wobbler mangrove.
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My elvish name is Maeglin Meneldur.
DRY brush BLACK+ Shadow grey+ Spacewolves grey+ bleached bone+ skull white. Really sweet results!!!!
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