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I wanted to paint my first Firewarrior squad with white armor over a black undercoat (The fabric between armor plates) but my first attempt came up pretty awful. Does anyone have advice on painting white. I've heard since that black and white are difficult colours to paint.
Try thinning the white with water and apply several coats. It takes paciance, but it's worth it in the long run.
white is really difficult to paint, you really have to use 2-3 thin layers of white for a good result
also, id suggest if your not doing so already to use black ink on the indentation lines of the armour, rather than the thicker chaos black
Originally Posted by Cheredanine
I paint my Fire Warriors a cream color that's pretty close to white, and it goes on fine in one coat... except I use an enamel paint from the Model Masters range. So you might try a non-GW paint if you don't feel like doing layers =o
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to tell the truth, I have trouble with white too...I think it helps to add an 'under coat' of shadow grey...
personally I paint my tau yellow :ninja:
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