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post #11 of 13 (permalink) Old 01-06-15, 02:14 PM
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My personal way of doing gold is Gehenna's gold (you may want to do balthasar and then layer up with genhenna's for a more even coats) then wash Agrax earthshade then nuln oil in recesses if you want a dirty gold (like for chaos or something) or just Seraphim Sepia for clean gold (like tomb kings) then layer gehenna's gold again leaving recess. Finally Highlight Auric armour gold for basic dude, and if you want a particularly regal shiny gold then highlight runefang steel.

I find it works really nicely and gives a clear contrast between edges, mid and recesses and can easily be modified for a special HQ or a different type of unit etc.

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I've also found that my golds haven't needed much highlighting. I have, at times, used just a bit of silver over the edges to make it look a little more beaten up but you could get shiny depending on your technique. This is one of my favourite sites for painting/modeling knowledge, though the person running it has long since left it I think. Still, all the content is there.
thats a great link, thanks for sharing.
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No problem

Unfortunately Canada got rid of the penny and now my two cents rounds down to zero, so...take it for what you will.

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