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    onlyonepinman
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    Jizz Stain White!  This is best white

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    jamescutts
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    German Camo Beige is the superior Beige, you dont want to be using this Brain Matter Impostor.

    Look the internet cant be wrong https://onlypaints.com/

     

    On a more serious note beige tones tend to work quite well as a final drybrush highlight especially if you want to paint quick and have something that ties everything together, Vallejo Deck Tan works especially well for this, for some examples check out 7th Son on youtube, he uses this approach in a lot of his tutorials.

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    blipvertus
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    FWIW I frequently use AP Skeleton Bone when I specifically want a dusty appearance.

    I may try out a Brainmatter Beige plus washes as an experiment.

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    hazyboy75
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    One of us, one of us!

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    hazyboy75
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    “Deck tan”, snigger!

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