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I made Indiglo using this combination in this exact order. Goblin Green + Skull White + Enchanted Blue. It's really cool and looks great on scanners. If you have any other cool colours you made from mixing post em here. I'm all for ideas and stuff to help me paint my armies.
Do you mean an undercoat of Goblin, then drybrushes of white and blue? I can't tell. If you want to know how to do lenses like the pros do, then you can ask your nearest GW employee. Or follow this guide:
1. Undercoat lense in desired color (example: green)
2. Mix white with basic color, or orange if you have a red lense, to get a lighter version of the original color. Paint this on one side. If you feel confident, continue painting darker and darker versions of this all the way to the middle of the lense to give it depth.
3. Take a tad of White and put it on the opposite side of the blended colors. There you go, a finished lense!
Henceforth no man shall set foot upon the world, and all around shall be set sentinals to ward away unwary spacecraft. We must accept that this place is lost to us forever, and is now the eternal habitation of abomination.
<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE</div><div class='quotemain'>another annoying thing i hate: 47,000 similies in one post. just thoght id throw that in there and see if anybody else hates it as much as i do.</div>
No mix on a palette, then paint on.