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    Paper and bone...

    I have a model with both skulls and purity seals on it. I want to paint the bone something other than straight white, but the color i am leaning towards looks an awful lot like what i also use to mimic the old paper look on purity seals

    I want to be able to differentiat between the colors i use for paper and bone, any sugggestions?


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    Drybrush bestial brown on the paper to give it an old look.

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    (i don't use citadel paints, i assume you mean abasic brown color?)

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    Sure. why not?

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    How I paint purity seals to give it that old paper look, is to use scorched brown as the base coat. Then I gradually highlight the raised areas, not the tips and sides, to a rotting flesh color. This works great if applied properly.[SIZE=7]

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