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    On my Chaos warriors for fantasy I painted the boots Terrecotta, and I've seen boots drybrushed before and was wondering what color to do that with. I thought Graveyard earth would look good, but if there is a better color you think I should use tell me.

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    I would have to say that it really depends on what color you want the boots to be. If you are going for a brown color - I would probably start with a leather color, wash with brown ink, and highlight up to an earth color. So I would say yes Graveyard earth should work well for you. You could also go a tad lighter by mixing a bone color to the graveyard earth - maybe a 1:3 ratio of bone:graveyard earth (just enough that the graveyard earth is slightly lighter).

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