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I've been looking for ideas on painting a unit of horse, when I noticed the CBrate's reply to a tank painting question:
"A light spray of Roughcoat or most other textured spraypaints help. Especially if you're going to be drybrushing tanks. Turns an ordinarily flat lifeless surface into a point of interest."
Has anyone tried this on horses? If so, did it work?
I'm not sure I'd try it. If you look at a horse from a distance they don't look stubbly. It might work on a tank that's picked up mud and dirt but I think it would look a bit wierd on a horse.
No more NG spearmen, thanks! Now I need some pump-wagons!
You would get an appearance similar to stucco or rough stone. I would not recommend it either. If you are looking for a "hairy" horse you may have to resort to a little greenstuff work. You could try static grass but I would expect it to clump too much and/or appear too long.
I believe I have seen someone do this before (making a hairy horse) and I believe they did use greenstuff. Don't quote me on it though!
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