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A couple of questions on technique since I've heard a few different suggestions.
1) Prime Black, paint the the entire model DA green, then drybrush a very fine black ink wash over the entire model. After that go back to paint detail (eyes, wings, etc...). Then outline parts of the armor with a lighter shade of green. Basically a very light dry brush
2) Prime Black, drybrush DA green, do the fine detail, then highligh with a lighter shade of green.
Which technique is best? Is there a better technique than what I mentioned?
Also, when I'm drybrushing the Dark Angels I notice that I can still seem some of the black primer under the green paint. Should it stay this way or should I drybrush until I can't see any black?
Sorry, I'm a new painter and I'm extremly anal retentive about it.
Drybrushing hte green is a good way to go, but make sure you do it enough times, or only half-remove the paint on the brush so when you dry brush it doen not take you so long, catch my drift :hmm Anyways, drybrush the green, either ink wash it then dry brush a lighter colour or just drybrush another lighter colour onto that first gree, highlight, then do the details last because it sucks to have to go back and redo the chest eagle after doing a bad brybrush accidentally over it!
The gold grey knight man. These are hardy men who like cheese.
Ever thought of how cheese was found?:
`` I say sah, the milk in this barrel smells foul!``
``Oooohhh, give it a go!``
''Quack, damn you!''
-Jamie heinamen, Mythbusters.
Thanks. I'm just wondering how many coats of drybrush is needed.