Friday, July 5, 2019

Adventures in Contrast: Gems


Welcome back to Adventures in Contrast, where I show you all sorts of little tricks and techniques that you can do with Citadel Colour's Contrast paint system!

This time I am going to go over how to paint gems using Contrast. This is basically the same principle as I had shown in my review of the gemstone paint and my tutorial for doing gems with them. But the biggest issue with the gemstone paints is that they are limited to red, blue and green.

Contrast on the other hand comes in a wide range of colors and acts similar to the gemstone paints. Which means we can use them to make all kinds of gemstone colors! From red, to orange, purple and blue and even pink!

Wednesday, July 3, 2019

Wizardry in Progress 7/3/19

Work continues on Valdor. This week I managed to finish off his base and have been making steady progress on the gold armor.

Let's take a look.

Wednesday, June 26, 2019

Wizardry in Progress 6/26/19

This week has been very busy with the testing of Contrast paints and working on writing articles for my new series, Adventures in Contrast. I'm deep into tests with those paints and will have more on that later.

As for projects that I'm working on, this week I took a break from army painting and used some of the techniques I've developed with Contrast to start painting Constantin Valdor from Forge World. Namely, his base.

Let's take a look!

Monday, June 24, 2019

Adventures in Contrast: White Marble


Welcome back to Adventures in Contrast, where I show you all sorts of little tricks and techniques
that you can do with Citadel Colour's Contrast paint system!

A few days ago I showed you how to paint green marble using Contrast from Citadel Colour. This time, I'll be taking what we learned there and applying it to do white marble instead.

This technique uses a few regular paints to get the proper effect, namely Rhinox Hide and White. But it is still all thanks to Contrast and how these new paints work.