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I'm a new player to the 40k universe and am currently working on building my Space Wolves army. It's my first, but I want it to look impressive, so I've decided to "mottle" the armor of my marines to give them a sort of city camouflage look with a lot of blues, grays, and either white (highly likely) or black (still possible.) Ive looked into the technique "mottling" using a sponge and a few other tools, but I would love a little help from an experienced modal
Well, first off, Welcome to LO! Now, onto the model buissness. A good way to get this is to go to an arts and crafts store, or a specialised artist store, and pick up a Stippling Brush. Another way is to take an old brush and cut the bristles down to ~.75 cm in length. maybe a little less. This will work fine.
So, what I suggest is taking an old brush that you don't care about, cutting off a bit of sponge and either tying or taping(duct tape works well) to the end to make a "sponge brush" and use it to dab the different mottle colors to where you want it.
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WINDMILLS DO NOT WORK THAT WAY!