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hey all, how do people paint their long robes, like drybrush or blending or whathaveyou?
I plan on starting a confrontation warband from rackham, using the Griffin range (lots of robes) so any ideas are welcome.
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how i painted a mage for my highelves
dark angels green (da) black ( snot green (sg)
3da : 1sg
1sg: 1 da
it looks sorta ok ill post a pic when its finished i just slowley layerd them ontop of eachother
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I paint white over a basecoat of black (usually no nice work to do), but the white does not need to cover. One layer is enough (sounds odd, but works very well). Than I drybrush with Bleached Bone. The last step is a watered down layer of Komando Khaki.
The result looks like a weathered robe(the guy in the middle). This example is the only I have (at least online). In reality it looks even better.
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You can do it a number of ways, but for maxmized effect, Ive done main color of cloak, secondary on the folds. Then with watered down main color and coat the folds gently until the color transition is good (the secondary color shows but blends into the main color). This works on red and blue for me at least. good luck.