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I'm a bit frustrated with my painting style as drybrushing and highlighting ends up with quite a rough texture, even when using a brand new paint pot. I do all my painting under an incandescant llight so I suspect the paint is drying out and getting grainy. Any tips for a getting a smooth, moist finish ?
Much water in the paints and use many thin layers.
Also, when you've finished, spray a couple of thin layers of gloss varnish and a layer of matt varnish.
Not only will it protect your models, it will help iron out tiny imperfections, and somehow it just makes everything look so much better.
Yeah, good advice. I've started doing that lately ('cept only 1 layer of matte varnish :rolleyes, and even that makes the model look way better.Originally Posted by The_Giant_Mantis
Just use lots of layers and layering up and all sorts of things you can think of that has to do with layers. Except layer cake. Or 7 layer bars. Because those will not get you anywhere.
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