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Warren's Contrast Paints Test

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Warren's Contrast Paints Test

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lordofuzkulak
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Looks really good; think it might be a bit too heavy in places, but I expect that’s something that will be worked out with practice. 🙂

Gaz
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He had to pick yellow, I see another Imperial Fists force in Johns future

caledor2
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So just heavily covering it with the paint has to be practiced as it can seriously pool in the recesses.

orlandothetechnicoloured
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it’s going to be ok for table top/at a distance stuff which i guess is what it’s intended for, but it looks like it may be tricky to work into higher quality work except perhaps as a base coat

duster
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Some pooling issues but, with practice, it should be ok and allow you to quickly put out a good looking army

chilledenuff
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Warren’s demo with these yesterday was ideal. First time I’ve watched someone using these without gw editing the footage. It was particularly great to see him spread the paints on the palette so I could see how it performs on a flat surface. Can’t thank you guys enough for that. I’m looking forward to picking some up. I’m going to paint up Lost Patrol using purely these paints. It’ll be a great way to try them out. Bit of flesh, hard armour, clothing and alien gribblyness. I feel a lot better about getting them now. Thank you again

zorg
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should speed up unit runs after a bit of practise.

lawnor
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Thats not looking too bad. The black looks good. I think this stuff might be great for specific tasks and colours, even if its not adopted at large for everything.

laughingboy
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This is a very close up short the reality is at 3 foot and some detail work this will be perfect for the tabletop.

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