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I'm going to paint up some imperial guard in a nightworld camo scheme (shadow gray with black and spacewolf gray striping). I was wondering if I should prime the model gray, black or white. I don't really want to put numerous coats, so I am shying away from black and thinking mostly of gray. Any advice on the priming color? Thanks.
if you use light and bright colros white works as a primer. Anything dark a black primer works, and grey pretty much works on anything. What parts are you painting what? Would help if people knew. You shouldnt have a problem with blacl primer, but if you want go ahead with grey.
Use the your middle color. Thats what GW advises on painting camo. It should be your most used color and the other lighter color only needs a couple layers. Luckily chaos black goes well over anything.
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