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I'd suggest these to everyone. They help out quite a bit. I've been using them for my eldar (Biel-Tan scheme) and they have been working out well. If i can get my hands on a camera I'll show people.
Flow-aids, the trick is to go back over the with area with more paint, to giving the shading a crisp edge. Essentially it condense paint, so when you put it in a gap or crease, it stays there. Alot better than regular inking IMHO.
Here's a link:
Buy LIQUITEX Acrylic Flow Aid | Online Discount Art Supply Store
Sounds interesting. I want to see a picture of the result.