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Sorry i cant upload the pics into the gallery for some reason. if i fix it i will post them

do u guys think wraithbone looks better as a solid bleached bone color or bleached bone with a light chesnut ink drybrush to it?
 

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dont do solid bleached bone. Definitely do something to add depth to the sword.
 

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the 'eavy metal team paints their wraithbone with a base coat of bestial brown, and then makes succesive highlights with mixes of bestial brown and bleached bone. So far this is the best example i can find of a wraithbone sword:
 

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try to use this procedure
use bestial brown for your base, then snakebite leather, then for most of the parts put bleached bone on with a little bit of yellow then put skull white
 

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There's actually a guide in the CSM codex on how to do horns, it's really the same principle.
 
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