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I was wondering if anyone had any techniques styles or just a way of painting bandages really well. Also any tips are welcomes. by bandages i mean like tomb king bandages, purtiy seals, ect. In addition tattered cloth I was also wondering on how one would go about painting that. Thank you.
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I paint my robes etc. using skull white first. The colour does not need to cover properly, in this case it looks even better if some areas stay a bit darker. Then you drybrush some coats of Bleached bone. Last but not least a watered down layer of komando khaki all over it. In my opinion the result works very well. Last thing you have to do are some highlights if you want to.
no realy good pictures, but you should get a first idea of what I mean from their robes.
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If you want to make a very dirty looking bandage that looks aged I would probably start with a dark ochre brown and start highlighting up by mixing bone into the base color and white at the very lightest areas. A smoke glaze (vallejo game/model color) will help darken it a touch if you get it too light.
Little bit more work the the results will look good.
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