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post #5 of (permalink) Old 05-27-13, 11:44 AM
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I went the different route to dirty dog.

I start off with a basecoat of bone, sprayed from the top with white and then darkened with washes again. The washes will make the pure white sprayed on top got a bit more "bone" like, while previous bone will end up looking more medium brown.

Pro-tip: mix about 50/50 satin varnish from vallejo into agrax earthshade. It'll improve the flow immensely AND will make it less stark constrast (except for the most heavy pooling, wich will only happen in the deepest recesses that way).

You can still highlight that back up to bone-offwhite or even pure white as you see fit. If you spray a model from the top down, it'll also help you "see" where the highlights have to go before you apply them.

I had an AMAZING time at fightclub.

I arrived a bit late, so I missed the introductions, but man... I had an awesome time at fightclub! 10/10 I would recommend fight club to anybody!
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