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I use blue ink to give it a more glowing look.
your using to bright a colour as a highlight, try going
regal blue then highlight with 50/50 regal and enchanted then go enchanted, or if you dont think you can do that just go regal then enchanted
WELL SAID, NO MORE SQUATS THEY ARE DEAD GET OVER ITOriginally Posted by artificer
I don't see a problem with ice blue ultra-highlighting on regal blue. I find it gives a neon glow to the edges of weapons.
Chances are you're putting on too much ice blue but without pictures of your failures, we can't be sure.
And over there we have the labyrinth guards.
One always lies, one always tells the truth, and one stabs people who ask tricky questions.
Aside from thinning your paints - another thing you can try is put on all your highlights leaving just a bit of the previous shade visible. Once you are satisfied glaze it with an appropriate ink to bring the colors closer together while still maintaining a good transition of color. I would suggest watering down the ink quite a bit and applying several coats as needed rather than straight from the pot. This will also help darken the recesses and make the areas pop.
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